Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
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Title: Pensacola gazette and West Florida advertiser
Physical Description: 4 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: W. Hasell Hunt
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: August 10, 1827
Publication Date: 1824-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 13, 1824)-v. 4, no. 52 (Mar. 14, 1828).
General Note: Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff, <1828>.
General Note: Editor: W.H. Hunt, 1824-1828.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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notis - AKP3155
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Preceded by: Floridian (Pensacola, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser

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WbICLLT, BT upon the public land east of the Su- villa, gay as the songsters which Delerane to think of;eterjairtinj tm-i ped bade. and' selected a:.. enm-ouSJ i

w. 1LLSELL B171\TT, wannee river, within this Territory, lulled her to repose, had hitherto 'pass til be was perfectly recovered.We peice, for which he reteived a- gruff

Sets: EDITOR AHD PKOPRIXTOR; be, and they are hereby exemptedfrom ed her hours in the enjoyment of that : now approach the denouement tank you" and thought no more of .

rdl herofthe Laws o//Ae United Statu. sale unde execution arising uninterrupted tranquility and peaceful of this farce, if such it may be called. the affair. Three or four months afterwards l

Sc,scRifTioK-Year g5 from any court of this Territory.Passed elasticity of spirit, which are the usual. Delerane opened his battery by he was surprised at air In .

Halfyear 3 January 13th, 1827. concomitants of youth and innocence. ; thanking his propitious stars for the dian's coming into the store, and
Quarter year 1 50 Rejected Jatwary OOfA< 1827. For some time she had reciprocated j accident which had thus fortunately him with beautiful presenting -
a miniature
Subscription payable in adrance.DTtRTisiyc. January 20th 1827, reconsidered and. passed the sweets friendship with Orlando, thrown him in the way of one of the birch canoe, painted and furnished

\ width of.one column Every and advertisement measuring bytbercquiteuiaorhy.- -,.-.-.-..-..... -_- a youth who appeared worthy of her fairest beings on earth, and whose with paddles to correspond. On ask- '
.f uie ;
pot more than twelve lines of this type,first JP m ioA. tenderest affection, when she: was assailed soul-subduing attractions could only ing the meaning of it he vjas told- .!

iriert'on! one dollar, each weekly continu- ..... by a student of Union college, be equalled' by her humanity, gene- Indian no forget ; you give me to
'!let fifty cents; longer and wider ones at .whose eye she had incidentally caughtas rosity, and angelic sympathy ; and bacco-me make this for you." This J
tt tame rate. Rule and figure work, he was returning front the springs.So he knew nofhow h a favor had
jouhlt! price for the first insertion. Advertisements I
fair an assemblage of human love- make her
will be tastefully displayed, any recompense adequateto led him to bestow more labor on "his ,
according to the nature of them, and will liness could not fail to rivet his gaze. the trouble and uneasiness he had present than would have purchased I

be measured! by matter of this size type. As her sylphid form seemed, with unaffected occasioned, unless it was by offering him many( pounds of his favorite fumigatory. -
IThen iuserted at intervals, (that is, not inRrid ease and elegance, to float in her his hand; saying; this, he seized .-Bosttn Spectator. '
every week, from the first to the the air before him, he involuntarily her's, and almost devoured it with .
Jut insertion) each insertion will be ckarg- A Receipt to make Vinegar.To .
alighted, and despatched his servant, rapture.
ed I as a new advertisement.-Amounts for From Hood's Whims and Ode!it ia. every ten gallons of pure water,
advertising payable always on demand. who bad accompanied him, to make Ovilla having learned Delerane'srank add
one gallon of molasses and of '
Liberal will be made with The Irish Schoolmaster."No one ,
!D' contracts every possible inquiry concerningher. and expectances in life was astonished -
rum mix
or brandy, them well
thoce who wish to advertise by the year. chair he hath, the awful peJagogue, Upon his return he made sucha at his declaration. She was together
JTJ" Communications directed to W. Such as would magisterial hams imbed, and place the cask in a garret, or
} ucll Hunt, }'ost .Master.: Pex.sacoluViii But sitteth lonely OH a becclien log, report as gave the collegian the most so greatly surprised, that she was in some warm dry place, and occasionally -
btduly attended to. Secure in high authority and dread: flattering hope succeeding in a villainous capable of uttering a syllable distinctIy shake it : in a few months it will .
Large as a dame for learning seems his head, enterprise which he had been : : with downcast she blushed
--=T----- ::::- -_ eyes, be fit for
And, like Apollo'e, all beset with my?, use.
, TJ WS or FKOR.XO4.An .. f Bocnuse his l locks are so unkempt and red, planning during his servant's absence. J faultered, trembled, and seemed sink- P. S.-A pint of be added I
I A nd bland abroad ill many ww-rol I ways: Delerane r student, wics the sonofa :ing to the floor, when her father yeast may I #
appeared which will
'' Ho laurel crown he wears, 'howbeit his cap is forward its operation.
'I' gentleman who resided in the southern and relieved her from the
baize. American Farmer.
part of the state, and was heir to I embarrassment with which she was The above
And, underneath, a pair ofshsgy< brows proportions were mixed
a very ample fortune. As he was an 1 oppressed. last
hue, August and found to
O'erhanc as many eyes produce as
That inward giblet of a fowl, which shews only child, and a great favourite, his Orlando, young, ardent, and interesting good vinegar as u generally sold
A mongrel tint, that h. ne brown ne blue; I finances were almost without limita- : had long been her confidant ; 50 at
His nose-it j i" a coral I to the view, or 73 cents per gallon : in additionto
: tion. Add to this he,had nearly completed and though he had never yet avowed the
Well nouiiah'd with Pierian Potheen ; cheapness, (about ten cents
For much lie loves his native mountain dew- : his collegiate course, :and! nature his affection,he had in silence lamented gallon) the consideration of per
But to depict the dye would lack, I ween, had given him a graceful and I that he couM not assume sufficient that knowing
A bottle-red, in terms, as well as bottle-green. your vinegar is made of pure rn'i-
p.r. I *at'rnd.! and addition to, the several manly exterior, which was calculated I courage to declare the ardent flame tcrials, and not, as is frequently the
,ir's i:>iu'..;rniutj executions now in lorce. And ?of he sits', amidst the little pack, to make an impression wherever he Ovill.i had kindled in his bosom. of
/.*, it c.iactcd by the (tovtrnor andLfislatirf That look for shady or for sunny noon, thought proper. His passion for the She, notwithstanding, revealed the case, out slops from beer and other
: Within his visage, like an Almanack impuiities, must make the above wor-
/ ( onncilofthe Territory His quiet smile foretelling gracious boon : ladies he had demonstrated on nrmy secret t t) him, and disclosed: all that thy the attention of i
,' Florida, That from and after the But when hip mouth droops down like rainy occasions, and his generosity equalled I had passed between her and Dele _. .every family. ,
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:s ,:yp! of this act, all lands cast of moon, Ovilla had == =:- --- -.
With horrid chill each little heart unwarnr;, the fervency of his ( .unc. Such a i rane. scarce unfolded her (
I' Suwannfe'river, which shall be Knowing,that infant show'rs will follow soon, formidable hero had the artless, the mind, before she received a billet AttiTSING.
levied in virtue of civil And with forebodings of near wrath and from Delerane ,
upon process innocent, the lovely O villa to oppose. i requesting her to
and the claims to which as against They sit storms, like,timid bores, all trembling on their Delerane was obliged to be at U- 'vouchsafe an answer to the following A Good Story-whether true or not.
To thc Editor
of thr Montreal HeraM.
thfc United States, shall have been forma. nion that night, but resolved to return questions ; "Whether his person was Sm : The story of-ihe man of hislIajesty's
legally filed, and are pending and undetermined the next and his scheme into acceptable or whether she
day was
Ah! luckless! wifjht i who cannot then repeat put pre- 71 st Regiment, fallingover-
bo, and the same are 'Corduroy.CoU quy.-or' 'K5, Ko,.Kod'- execution. His servant being; entirely engaged V Such categorical ques- board: from the Chambly stramboat ,
hereby exempted from sale, except Full soon his tears shall mike bis tu.tveat in the seeret of his plan of operations 1 lions, required categorical 1 answers,and between Long Point and Montreal t
More oddcn, though already made of sod, ,
upon the terms, and in the manner For Dan shall whip him. wim the word of was to be a principal agent in she was distressed how to act To and so miraculously appearing on the
h hereinafter provided for ; that is to (3oSevere ,- conducting them. Accordingly, at a request Orlando's advice, and acknowledge beach before his comrades had disembarked t I I J
it shall bo the duty of the Marshal by rule, and not by nature mild, -
say small dstance from her for him
lie never spoils. the child and spares the rod, Ovmlla'sdwelling, partiality l : reminded me of a. circum- t
sheriff, or other officer executing But spoils the rod and never spares the child. ho alighted from his horse, and threw would, she deemed, be a violation of stance tint occurred servi
the said process, to summon, at And soe with holy rule deems he i*reconcil'd. himself into a dry ditch. His min 1 that delicacy I111" *fiir ck/uM support : 'tn.l -.. l--l .Ia'i T durinemy>UlpIJin WWI wf i.

lea five days before the sale thereof Dm, rtiitl*, three disinterested and impartial free- At men wl ho; C\ke delight in childUh throe, farmer with the supposed accident ; her own judgment in a situation so were going at the rate of about theoknots
Lolders householders who shall be And ftripe the nether urchin like a pink, critical.It: .
or inscribed with declaring that DelciMiie, being thrown and a half an hour, when Tom
Or tender hyacinth, woe;
sworn by some justice of the peace, Such bloody pedagogues, when they shall from his horse,'lay in great agony by was in the afternoon of a beautiful Garboard, belonging to the foretop .

to value and appraise the same, and if know, the side of the road : from the violence summer day, when the. declining (who by the bye was a bit ofa wag,)
on the day of the sale thereof such By useless birchen that forlorn' recessV of fervours of the meridian sun were in the lee
\ hich is no 'holiday! in pit below, of his fall, he concluded some partially sleeping fore chains, by a
property brmt not at least two thirds Will hell Ullt neein dest'm'd for their distress, his limbs were fractured, and he earnestly abated by the influence of a sudden lurch of the sbip was thrown "
of its valuation and appraisement A melaucholy place that is all bottoinlts 1" begged some assistance. The breeze, that Ovilla, fatigued with overboard.
made L'S before provided for, it shall j I _t --:-::----_---- --- 1. good old man immediately repaired wandering in a neighbouring grove, A man overboard was the general ; ,

be the duty of such officer to postponethe I, MISCEI.E.ANY. : .. to; the spot, and with the aid of the ser- seated herself a mossy; bank, over- cry fore and aft-and every ODe ran ,
sale of the same, for the period of -- So wiih unbragoous foliage, and she offer "
From; the New York Mirror. vant, brought him to the cottage. hung to or give assistance to the f
four months. far his plan had succeeded. No was unvoluntarily lulled to sleep by drowning man.

Sec. 2. Be further enacted, That The Happy Discovery. sooner! was Ovilla made acquaintedwith the melody of the warbling birds over Tom, who was a tolerable good -

at lhf expiration of the said period of! A STORY FOUNDED OX FACTS. the supposed accident, than from her head. Orlando, fully resolvedon << swimmer, as every body thought, but *_ I

+ four months, if at the said postponed !I On the banks of the Mohawk her naturally humane and tender disposition declaring his passion ere tho stran- nothing extraordinary, woke on finding

bale l the lands in execution aforesaid ;dwelt the lovely Ovilla. She had she prepared the gentleman ger had made too deep an impression, himself deep water, and beganto .
shall not bring at least ono half of the her had been in of her for some his 'the .
received no advantages from art : some wine-whey ; and so unsuspecting pursuit use paddles, ship was pass
valuation and appraisement, made as education was confined to a country of deceit, that she became his mt time, and accidentally discovered her ing ahead as I was saying before, at
aforesaid, then it shall be the duty of school, and she was untutored in all istering angel, and with trembling "By smooth cascade reclined ; the rate of three knots and a Inlf.
smh officer to postpone tho sale of the i,, the brilliant accomplishments of 'polite land presented the potion to his lips. "The rode breeze revelled i iu her ringlets.! Tom was soon lost sight of under the

same to some future clay, but lands life. But then she possessed a superior Her "eyes of dewy light" rested upon in the tumult of his feelings, he invo- counter, (for although our ship was ,.

thus situated shall not be old by said mind, which was tempered with a the stranger, in which were expressed luntarily exclaimed" "Lovely girl I not on Sir Robert Sepping's plan, yet

oiTircr at any time, for less than one i lively and happy promptitude of wit the tenderest sympathies for must possess her. she was pretty full abaft) when Tom

hull of its appraised v, luc. I, and plC lsantry. Such endowments, his misfortune. He caught their glance, This soliloquy, uttered with much I I was lucky enough to get hold of tho

Sec. 3. Be further enacted, That j united with one of the finest forms an nor were his inexpressive of his feel- vehemence, awakened Ovilla. She rudder chains. The hands all run aft, .
herr any elocution, issuing from a I Inman was at first greatly disconcerted ; but Tom and lower
I Angela or an could suggest, ings. If Delerane was before enrap- expecting to see astern, .
jud.mem: (If..my court of this Tcrrito- : were they desirous of depicting beauty tured with her personal charms, he recovering herself a very agreeable the j-jlly: boat down to pick him up ; : )
1.,, ha been levied: previously to the I in its native simplicity and elegance, was now completely fascinated with explanation' ensued, which was the but no Tom was to be seen. He's .. t

passage of this act, on any real property could not fail to gain many admirers. the artless strain of eloquence that prelude to their future happiness. gone," said they, "to Davy's locker," I

the claims to which as againstthe Ovilla had no knowledge of coquetry fell from her lips. The brilliant mag- The surgeon, who had attended aud efforts$ ceased. .;

United States, are pending as and her ideas wereequally distant nificence, affected prettiness, reiterated Delerane, and was a party in the plot, Our ship was very deep, bound to :

aforesaid, and sale of such property from prudery. When she danc- alliteration, and all the choicest was taken suddenly ill ; and as he wasa the \V L'SIndies, consequently our .

shall not have been made and perfected I ed, at evening,in her rustic circles, she flowers of rhetoric he had ever heardat Catholic, sent for his confessor, to gun room ports were low in the water ,

by the officer, it shall be his duty I was generally selected by one of the fin- the bar, or in the senate, were surpassed whom he revealed, all that had hap- This Tom saw, aud as it was getting! .

to cause the said property, before the est young felUws of the village for a by her sweetly plaintive strain; pened ; and added, that they were dark! he thought he would wait till ..

same be exposed to sale, to be valuedand partner ; and the rest of the nymphsand it was the pure effusion of nature and that very night to have carried off 0- they had beat to quarters, and piped
before the sale and villa by force. The priest was hon- die hammocks down boforo he
i swains seemed emulous of imitat- good sense, dictated by a generous got on
such proceedings to be had therein, ing them in their movements and attitudes sensibility for his supposed misfor est ; he acquainted Ovilla's father board, which he did, and then popped

as are provided for by this act. which, though unstudied, were tune. I wilh' the discovery, by which means down into the lady's hold, (where the
See 4. Be further enacted Thatin and her ruin was prevented ; and, in a few keeps his i wads and monies .
graceful _engaging. Transported: with so_ many_cooperating and Ovilla pinner_ spare
the hands of Orlando '
all days .
cases within the jurisdiction of Ovillas father possessed a farm, circumstances for the advance. I -- ; tails) and there remainedtill the !
the courts of East Florida, wherein which enabled him to support his fami- ment of his scheme, Delerane had almost !- were joined at the altar of Hymen.We middle of the first watch, when he i f

tiny real estate shall be levied upon ly with decency. As he only enjoyed thrown off the mask before his need not add, that Delerane'svillainy sallied forth anti made free wth; our I

by virtue of civil process, it shall be a competency, be could not give his project was ripe for success. In a being detectedhe made a pre- bread bags, taking enough to servo j,

the outy of the marshal, sheriff, or daughter a fortune ; but as she pos- I paroxysm of perspective bliss, he was cipitate retreat ; or, that Orlandoand him for three days. At the end of i <

other officer executing such process, sessed many amiable and interesting on the point springing from the Ovilla are one of the happiestpairs this time, we were jogging along an ; '

to proceed in the execution of the qualities, beside her personal charms, couch on which he reclined, and seiz- ou the banks of the Mohawk.MERCATOR.. easy rate, with scarcely any wind, i

same by valuation and appraisement, he considered her a fortune of her ing instantaneously oh the beauteous about a knot, when master Tom, un- :

and agreeably to the proceedings prescribed self,and was very solicitous about her Ovilla ; but a moment's reflection A long life may be passed without observed, slips out of the port ho .

by this act. connubial choice. She was calculated convinced him of his error, and finding a friend in whose understanding came in at, and dropping astern began

Sec. 5. Be further enacted, That to make a man happy in her brought him to reason, which taught and virtue we can' equally confide, : to hail the ship. The Dolphin,

*hen the execution has been returned sphere of life ; to be the copartner of; .him that it was necessary to carryon and whose opinion we can value at ahoy !In Hallo," says the quarter.

to the clerk's office the second time,, his joys, and the solace ofbis sorrows. the farce some time longer, ,\Q, ,meet once for its justness and sincerity. A master, who was about getting a pullon
without having effected the sale of She was an excellent economist, and : even with his own applause. weak man, however honest, i is not the main brace. Says Tom If -

saJdland for two thirds'of its'value,as understood every thing pertaining to I He accordingly continued in bis qualified to judge. A man of the you don't -back the roaintopsail, and ,
ascertained as aforesaid, it shall be domestic life. Possessing the unsophisticated -: supposed bruised, condition some world, however penetrating, is not fit heave too, I shall sink, for no man '
lawful for the clerk, at the instance ofwe ease and elegance of nature -' days, and was attended by atineigh* to counsel. Friends are often chosen Can swim to the West Indies withoutprovisions.

plaintiff, his attorney or agent, in without :any of its luxuriances, bouring physician, whom he was obliged I. for similitude of manners, and there .** S **

one month thereafter, to issue another she was a lively and an agreeable companion I fo fee pretty: heavily to wink fore each palliates the other's failing, Every body raD'tn.th armzemonl :

execution against the said land, and and untinctured with those.lit-i at the imposition. After a week bad because they ure his own. Friends for it had been blowing fresh duringthe

the ?"** rec*frng? the execution, artifices of her sex, which are generally -I :expied.his cbirurgical attendant pronounced are tender,and unwilling togive pain, time we had supposed helndhccuoverboard

for nafl.i've full* Pwor to sell the land played off against themselves him jout'of dangerbut rt&om- or, they are ,interested and fearful to but there was no time to :

one balftbe appraised value of the her simplicity gave -an additional znuae41 his patient*ID the bearing of offend. Jolaispn. bo lost-so the boat was lowered and

*aforesaid.Zfle,*$ ascertained by the valuation charm to her deportment. In a wprd O villa,not to attempt removing for some! Ab.giiaiC14zracter.-As. an In- poor Tom picked ui, to the great I ,,

: made. she was such a female as every'one days, lest any:motion should occasion dian. was straying thro' a village on gratification and astonishment of eve. "

I1l See. 6. Be itfitrtJur exacted, That would desire whose notions were. ot a' relapse.: This advice; was strictly tba feeacebec, be passed a gentleman rybodyonboar4 I'
buddl'gs and improvements,:which. vitiated in those circles erroneously' :obeyed : and with the 'greater 'ple3J standing at his'store door, andiegged On our arrival as the Captain wps on Pa !

r C. or. mal hereafter. bf mdo. <. called the goals of plmyfe s and licity. 04 Ovi&x wMtibr iutc&te4 a..q{! ,; '1.)41Qlle share dining,wito. the (i over nor, the. -.," .

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ant that be cwnc, clt1e versary of Amcricaa fn!ependence in your letter t4 U !
the. touisiatia Advertiser. Tier fitting I Got
: turned upon swimming. Thc Pram Nr.w-Oni.EANs July :tHe to moneY .has been f lurtfahed for the I was celebrated in Baltimore does equal l ly dctcnu ned'on leaving t P b1' jta
ofa ne
Governor was extolling the powers Commodore l'urhr.-The arrivalof tip of the sailors, therefore the credit to our citizens and our police arly to-morrow mormo h 1Q.ice
black man he had, aiid ours Captain payment the salute of
morning the
Tom distinguished officer has excited arrival of Com. Porter must. be occa- -except arranbi'1

I.W'lrc) no man could' swim with and in. iioned some plau of great importance cannon, to announce as usual the commencement broiigfctme here, thould ,
emotions of mingled joy regret by nit8"h
(iarboard of tUo Dolphin's foretop ;
another of freedom much
Lieart-ofjOy at beholding among which the government ca not year pleasure an interview

however, to make a lone story short made, every us the vaiiant: seaman, whoso and ought not to render public at this -not a gun was heard in our you, wherein I could have made WS
the the Governor, ;
Captainand I higi: deeds during the last: war inspired moment. City-no drunkard appeared in our explanations as would have 5td

.t heavy bel-rhn "we week WetS appointedTom ready. so deep an interest throughout the nation Roticioso Comercial y Cientifico. streets to disgrace tho day-not a you, and,.through'you, your goYeru.
asked to
t -The one were ordered gel to l -regret at the thought that our The United Slates and Turkey. cracker or squib was.fired, to disturb ment, that the charge brought tl.ga t

carpenters and conveniencesllomrcquiied. navy should have lost one of the commanders It intimated in the Smyrna paper, the repose or endanger the safety of me, having violated tbe'l1tuttar
make what; chrsts,
; The.Purser was instructed ; to whom it owes so much ofits batturang ments are making at ConitJRitinqpIe our citizens ; all was regular, peaceable of the United State, ii entirelY1ril j

i A man like Porter could medium 6f and respectful. out foundation. Both my
at his request, to supply afortnV renowa. through the inclination i iWe duty and
day crime, not long remain iu inglorious case ; Russia for a commercial understanding prompted me tot
t1ro'isiou.rrhe I'CsPect
offer the friend who communicated
to to
and Tom went on shore at t1 he wharf! and we ought rejoice that the salutary i between the United States and the the foliowing.our acknowledgements scrupulously,and bj s do.

:-ppoinied, when he began to stow his 'l energies," which .lte once displayed -, Suhlime Porte, in consequence of for his pol ite attentions. The pohteneSH of theo could I hope to secure the safety
in distant seas, where, with a Naval Officers ia a source of much grati at fihe forces entrusted to
jjrub. The black frllsw at which the two powers will interchange me j in
adds the interest of
to it to our ;
us a? of
him with[ astonishment.\V hat you I single ship, he rivalled tho exploits of resident Ministers.: It is sup- and we shall always ferftgrateful to them for the presence a vastly superior 'blockding /

da here, masaa 1" says 11fu'\ hat I the adventurous Alison, are now exerted pjsed that the increase of our commerce communication of anv item of intelligence in foce., which would gladly, Da

L am I doing here," says Tom, "why I I in creating a navy for a sister in the Levant renders such an trivial their power;) and(,even we would such as add may, that appear we give to them such doubt, seize on any occasion that

1p: am taking in my provisions, to he sure, I republic. The defender of'" fre arrangement desirable circulation to this paper, by exchanges, aa renders -. would justify: its attacking me there.

and I adv2evu. to do the same : for trade and sailor's rights" is still efficiently fltil1nallntdligUlcer. an article io our columns a* sure a mode ofoommur'catin f have been long aw
damn the bit of thus! do thr I pursuing; his noble avocation I ? with our brethren in the Northern plaints have been made by the
on addrc3cd Spalh
you get Extract from the Message of the Citie*, as if the subject of it was
road." "\Vl} )', massa," says the ne. in teaching: the republicans!! of Mexico, President of the United States of to them by letter direct. ish i authorities of the, island of Cub

gro "me no swim; no more nhie or tc.-n: to protect their liberties, and the IIcxI Mexico delivered Mr. Ilunt.-I am reminded by tho against me, they were communicated
Congress May
I mill" "Nine or ten mile !" say> I j tan: sailors to maintain tlueircoufltry'I; 21st movements of the U. S. Ship Hornet, to me by the collector of the port of

Tom, as if in amazement at the short; I j riiht< and their own. 1527. of a statement which appeared short Key \V e?|, to which I have replied
of has been
(H Mite: "why, man. I'm going to I' Mexico, which is worn'by the Commodore portion in our of the Navy since tiino since in one of the Northern papers and the Mexican minister at \Wjuh
Tobago, which} ; I do bclic-vo) is over has not estranged him of last and enemy the cele: ushered into public notice under i ington is furnished with a copy of the

two hwxJied miles! and shan't be back I his country. Byron, i in Greece, year, tho sanction ofa certain Capt. He tth ; I correspondence ; thereforeany infor.
chief commands it
who main-
for a fortnight still a Brituii-Lafayette best serve I the purport which was, that the U. ; mation on the subject may be O tain.

Tii sj.icif.tors were astonished France, while serving the I although with an inferior force,, S. vessels of war on this station, were; ed by the government o( the Uniud

The Mack i'uso! d! to swim. The States ; and perhaps no period of our fl ; injury on thy commerce of: -
Governor lost I his; vrn: or, and it was Porter's life will ultimately prove in port for mouths, in a state of inic-: : have not my letters and books with

not until we were homeward bound I beneficial to America, .as that and has made m.my prizes, tivity. me, tint I might have: the satisfaction

fbat Tom told ihc} secret. he devotes to tho task of severing our fleet having experienced! of placing in your hands
Sir,-The Hornet arrived in a copy
.BOB TRANSON. Republic of Mexico from all European : re.crse/ your of it, which I feel confident
..- -- port, from a crui/.e, on Sunday"5th would
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---4--- connexion, and :naking her J August, wanting water, provisions, prove entirely satisfactorily to your
r;ern t VeirVcrUpcrtatnr, July rnd stores government as yourself. The
on Tuesday morning aday
fl'ai.e1.-a few choice ideas and 1 her I ;
A own commerce. copy of this correspondence I
light she pH(u
('("' ing thoughts fur a Fourth of In Com. Porter, the : was completely ready myself to furn.sh, if required
for on
sua, and crossed the bar at 8 o' my
Jh: !d lv aiiicle) which have not been New-Orleans delight to welcome return to Key West, and, if ."u
clock. This is what I call "bearia you w
usrd;' ;JJ10l'B than half million of times L old townsman-they have not forgotten do me the favor to communicate:
a hand, true, the officers of the ship :;J
.Inquire at any editorial workshop ten urbanity of his manners, had time blow their explicit terms, the precise comphimi
spit or
;n the country. the manly frankness, which, in daybug noses clean shirts rather of the Charge des affaires, I will tWit

Alo, a few toasts not altogether gone by, endeared him to jjj fresh ,provisions nonebut what scarce of, cheerfully reply to them, with a firm

.fij'stitute of pungency ;;mlrit.. conlmuntv.) No portion of the ] ,J and conviction that I shall manifest tmeir
that-obey orders
N. B. Ifmy toa>uhould be presented in fact, more biiiicfichHy: tllacy, and, in tho meau time, I have

I for the memory of :Franklinti I, and more gratefully acknowledged hi it"A -away, away-_,.we bound JU .o'er the deep. only to stato that when it is no he! :-

\ careful to say something about his energetic measures, hio! commanding -- To the Editor of the Louisiana Advertise ger agreeable to the government of

":;natPhiH2thp 'lichtnJng from the heavr.rs -' the naval: foices of the ) .Y, .AUGUST.I0th,1827.- An article has appeared in the Pon- the United States, that the naval I force

," and in al! to:1: t51 for the fair.5 States in the Gulf of Mexico than thi Verite Sans Peur. sacola paper, and has been rep lblish- of Mexico shall enjoy the hospitality

df.n't the Imps of L commercial: ciry. In their .
forgot ; Campbell.ahuut r ed in a paper of New-Orleans stating of Key West and the fact shall be of.

) the '\','O 1 Id' being 4>ad' and the( we may be excused, for 2 little : ] COUOTCZL', thatformal complaints had been tidally communicated to me, I shall

-' rarufii),' 'a wild,' ami aU: that sort ofthhip. glect of our beat fi'iends.-Uut in LLCTIO o.v. District.MONDAY LAVT.l.s by the authorities of Cuba, mathc a* soon as I am also officially inform,

I Thc I t' ulusor.s[!, : : arc so novei I adversiiy, sincere friendship dc la Rua dertetl, without opposition. Mexican forces had violated tho neutrality ed that tho blockade is raised aud the

Kiiquire of nvrry body who is going to prove its fi l liry. Thus, we ar I *, 2 lh,l'ill/tym/. J I;.-frict. of Key West, &c. in consequence squadron, now in pursuit. of me,
.JllI lie dinner the lib.1'iLKi certain would the P .JVi/son) ,
0i on : generous orte have returned to
_.. . &, :3t t.i; 2 ofw'nch, Commodore Ridge a Spanish port and
.- _
-- : ;act should war render his talents; nucrssary 24
---- 11 had been the sea left free for
r i ly despatched to make the mo, depart from
ieOltIlS I to }his Like 3 14
a rent the
t__ :j-. _. =- .' ..' _. _.."'___ vtnrd country necessary: investigations, &c. anchorage at Key West; oa noo-
'hiitdelj'hia *\-.:/. Gnzcttc.Mr. ) commander? and patriot of antiquity : 63 .80 I have too high a regard for the ther terms should I be justified in doing .
ho would} he seen, in I the dn f>r JbNP.1 Lsnr-r, Seventeen vote:
11 of the citizens so by pursuing different
11. i>. Tanner hris recently I opinion of the United ; course,
4 of her pe.j iI, first among r or defenders.Though ; i 'rs RlectlIENRYLSn aud Jon: I should be
States the
..jniljt! >heii a; A View nf Ii rut. I'tnrida, 1t.1.. to permit an impression to remain jeopardising interval

I eiiii"iriuLr) ; : ; i itj( GeographyToj'ogra 1 his name no 1 longer graces th t on the mind of any one that I of the republic I have the honor tserve. {

c., I Jist: of our: naval commanders, it sti f und the Hornet. had abused their ; and in I .
pity, &: '. :\ with i::rf' map, plan-: Sailing of hospitality,
'l'IJS! valuable! work ; i ii ildd'ntloj ..' I I&r. conspicuous aulinhig lose s'im 01 United StattV Ship Hornet A. CLAX/OS tho absence of nearly all of my papers I have the honor be &c.

( .,,, I Lh. tmr. sttjclv.! of knov.-;: have...J given:!ll t.iv lustre to our national; furnL.: I (.:.\!' :.f'I', h .uiiiir ilic hroi.d JIt'IlUwl; and letter [books, I can do little more (Signed) DAVID PORTER.
< fit L.r: rat' .A Jrn..ELarri'.ed tliis! 1'oit tVoin
11'( l..l. ... Ijvixrltl .. .. Ht a Coui. CiuiitKS
f It'dt: U l Jlor!to!' *arriZ.:" cans so long as their shall b : 'Y' rviviidlf"'J"t, ..gL.-p--,1..... than deny in the most positive manner RLDOBLY. Pensacoli.
:dmn t l.nUO\\'j. Tilt\ iMluK i i IS il( !I: tustory I t: Tho/ itofiiet \\i\i iOt-IIII' tune i since! liyr the charges of the Spanish, atufhoriiics New Orleans, 7iar/50.
roud. If.tit ; -
{ ; then to this ( ) f'-ou I
:} : mi the jtn.ii nit !
: Htli -
'tHnp l1kLy\ a map of Flori.l.i, vtL'iiii \ I'I and challenge: the strictest Dinner to CC/TU Porter. .
"j;I American Iu LouisianaAJiere : !: 'n!li s'tu had lahui.or !H..ht i winds for }r.t>..t I uf scrutiny -Agreeably
: :;: fruni 1 ) i\lobtj!' Bv; to t'u: ; S;( Jackson I! '.H"V h!*.; fcii; lia, l'\ICIU'/tHlLt\"aol i ; .Mafin%>, iu'o my conduct, and that of e\'c- to previous arrangement, up-
conquered Porter wel-][ '
.'( river, coin]>!led iroi!:) tho gti .1'.1''W.iUlh. COI1t'. u I I'Kf-y-u Itue oi'r\\JiLiiiior(.-T. ITa\inaa atllu! the Eeroii'.I si tiniyi.irfi-e-riU-i-' I! ry one nuder my command: since mv w 4rds of ono hundred uemJeuiejj met
] rt ni"UvoiiU
crixiient) SUtVt', : ;i rid! fiointhi1! .-. .-- and Fpire! squadron has been at West at the Planters' Merchant1 Hotel .
---- :::=-_- .-- one dayrc; 1unjij tiLe tine sire! ii-'UJ btru ;ic- I Key and
:itiul bi<'rviitvus: : of tiio nuii, ,IH.r-// I.fLi V 9" 'cj d.,..t.j.-..t t u.i'ly:! OtlJCJ"hail: : >I.e lua not tnadt: h10re ti.ii! one I all roy desire, in this case, is that th(' on Saturday last at 4 o'clock in ihaaftornoon.

lh<" work! Mr. J. \ViHianis .-- -- ...- 1Uflfl on an nvrrajjo :\or JJH slif: dl'1 1 The
a t t."yo"l; 1 J'rc:; fir on 'IVradav :3: A-ot\! :! government of the United States will I room, in which the
,ticiu.a) (1:tin* f h ur of Fluri;, a:>l one I l'l"un i'ie Lovitiiinii Adi'itiser.ronnlil'sh she. H7Ain :;-ok:nJ eur bir Boun.i inurnment out oa a cringe.: I in! jutic to me, place before the public : t.iblns were set had ''been tastefully

p i .d 1J,1C' ..OflEt'tOLtl'7;' \r e !! : with tuleasure the f:1- \\ rft tlrl'; ,%*"ii.*.At, < 4 tlrit..... tif\..._ IT/M-t-. .;. #' ,.,>.,.... 1. tIe] .
JflItUIU} by n a.'o 'v. '< 'u the result of their prtniiirips... .. l lur orated liv- Mr.. -Mnnif.-...-.lliwhn.cn, .
Gulf IIf Mtxro; aii'l -- ""' U j .v.
Ic'.vir.ij that
i'xirict from the the! John .Aiius;
th Presioein to, s'-lcct a .site: of tlioljspU.i he President message of .cd tho Natchez tr probaMy! at this time cizin which: it will undoubtedly ppear'thi't: pencil executed with fidelity th elegant -
; : of the United
: : of the' -'IfJory.. The in- States of ::, the one on the South, autl the other ou the Monsieur Laborde has in three, instances designs of P Hie. The name of
i':x-;! ins Mexico, Guadeloupe, Vittoria, be- isiortli, side of Cuba.
interest ;u nJKjL: relates to violated the POSTER was the wall
neutrality oftbe Uni- piiuted on ,
caurt; the List of Officers of(he Hornet. :
ihnt Ct;IIH) V, will rcw1. this publicatifn tone in which our ted States without with the device Honourto
| Goveinment Alexander Chixton: Lsc. Commander an.further notice appropriate ,
: hi. !Uy :uruptible: ;it ihi} : titr.r ; it I is spoken of, must dissipate John} T. Ritchie, Firft Lieutenant ; ; 011 my part than to desire repeatedly the brave, surmounting military and

it in f.ict:: [ll:p first avf/tfi.tic account oi' all the apprehensions which George N. Hollin!, Second do. that a .United States' vessel of naval trophies. T he flags of the United .

.' il which) has; apprared. i\lr.\ \ViU5iuv.it'.sina .. f some articles, from our northern papers John R. Cox, Third do. be stationed there warmight States and Mexico
j h mi :ht have excited with .regard Wm. Praison, Fourth do. (at Key Wett.) to protect gracefully
i.iul plain, perspicuous style, to the sentiments entertained t William C. \\:.iule, Sailing Mailer. it. Tho collector of the port and all united in flowing draperies. A

appears to pos.-r.ss iu extensivetin : by that Henry Willis Hnssett, Surgeon the inhabitants have defended me halo surrounded them both, and frcm

al'tiinint 1nre widJ ? Dotiny and) republic. Robert Puttengcr, Purser .I its
against charge, and even an diverging rays, shone forth tie
"The agent
.Mineralogy: of the treaty by which our arnica- I William .John olJ, Mate.
well Surgeon's
country, a.s as names of the
expressly sent by the gallant naval commanders
Spanish authorities
I hie Hater .
:: lull knowledge ot'itssuil and commercial relations with the George Cavlain's Cl r/;.
), pioduc- I E.V.. Moore to examine into whose actions have reflected ho
ious ciilUi\ United States of North America J.F. Schenck, F. G. my operations, ?
1IQp1lIttiIJ12, ri\"ers, Lys, boon Beatty CLailes Crillon, Frederick Smith, after their complaint was made, has nour on our country.-In separate
lLc. His i i ohaurvations( ; : t ichitivc the approved by the Senate of that L: B. HgL; io. J. A. Turley, C. S. Jlidgcly. done the same, and the government medallions, formed of oak leaves
prujr'ch'canals in Republic, with some amendments and J. Fisher, Midshipmen.Con. .
cannot of the United States havo positive were inscribed the names of WASHINGTON

: i.-iil; timpress t\erj" one with their"ast renewal ino'JificationSj-which of ociatioris will occasion the Porter..-\\-. copy en artScIr to-day, proofsin their possession of the high LA FAYCTTE, VJCTOKIA, and
: ue in
:1up3Ltancc in every point of view shall loose which J from the Louiwiana Advertiser, by which it ap- respect I have: !shown for their autho. FRANKLIN, with appropriate and
not sight of tho wishes Of pmra that'-Coin. Porter has hon/ired'with his
-- characicristic
the House of Representatives which notice sn article which appeared in this Paper rity. The only ocumeut I have mottoes under each-

Sm1afl:7ah, July has ; im the?0di ult. Cora. Porter was under a mia- now in my possession relating to the Over the entrance door was inscribed -
given as of its
Exccufion 6f attention to I take when he said that an article !had appeared the
Indian is of
Culprits. that matter, a copy of a letter from nw I name DEWITT CLINTONover -
treaty as could be expected a- I u our paper ttutine that formal complaints had
\Vfi understand that! four of the In- midst their other and bum inAiin ice.V e made no statements on the to Commodore Jlidgely, wriiten on : the opposite door was that of J.
imuy urccnt important
dinuswlio last winter commited the : Ful licet-our article wa made up suppositions the eve of my departure from Pensa- Q. ADAMS, among those of our former
occupations. There and tr; wr'kncw
C-X.ST.S ?
murders on the frontier of : nothing whereon to cola, which sufficiently.. Presidents. On the left side of
Georgia, i between: both governments the i found nertions-duc remit however hall proved expiains the
ind to whom we a s>Iurt! time since: al- ost harmony and great-I. t I ttrju: wc did iMt mi take. It appears from the nature md tone of his to.'me, and, the room in similar! : medallions, were
they both d
-ludc'j as havinc [been in confinrjnent are <.ti- i I: 1eer: 1)1' Com. Porter to Com. RidgeJy, that I I from its soirit. it is e.iailv ben inscribed the names ol ADAIR. COFFEE -
t to
: of : r-
rous settling, as quick as possible! frma! "u!jaiufl1 l.1been_ maliI'__ __ tn__ rivlr._. flr..>__ r--
., .. n .n
in Murid.ivorc tried: ;n Thomasvillr, tue question 01 theIr limits, a always I\err.iieijt aunt that they formed the subject of ceived that the government of the U- CARROLL and PLAUCUE-in the
in TJw.tt.tcOlmiy: on the 14ih: ult.mul for ervation of hidtiurtionn given to Cora. Uidgely.! \\ e howcer nited States, although bound iu duty centre, surrounded ask were,by these
necrss'iry tt1e..1''fc.
foinui. guih,.. Prior to the day I good understanding even between injustice rxprewcd of tlioeu no compl opinion:nrf'aud as to were the justice far from or to enquire into complaints, (of which valiant companions of his toils, the

of CAiculiou; \viiich took place short- two friendly peopJe when their fuppo:ing that thy were well founded we have, the Spanish authorities no doubt are eye dwelt with delight on the name of

iy \fterJ one of tiicni, the most harclenfd are contiguous., possessions .true however, ceilainly; since: gives heard much another grouud rumor for-, which uppolii-, if Already ashamed) have no reason to JACKSON, aud under it, the simple and

and abandoned of the number, Extract from El .J.7[ rcuria. tiona uuiatorabic: to Com. Porter. Can it be believe that I have offended against expressive words, 8th of January

jn.-rie his escafio irom the guard in the drnicd, that the Colombian privateer Carohobo, neutral rights. 1815, The colours of all ncitioitf
Mexico June 7th, 1827. Captain Hopner, went iuto the harbor of
.. jiight. time by ((dipping his h;>nrls thro' We had heard a great deal! relativeto Wfst; that, her cemmifsbn as a Columbian Key The folio wing is the letter alluded wore painted on the wall : our owa

the irons which confnmd him, audIS the arrival of Commodore PORTER nrivatcer bavin; nearly expired, she Bailed! a.. tQ, audi plcdje myself to what- standards and those of Mexico wore
} not since brn retaken. The few miles'(just outside the harbor of Key West)) prove placed in tho form trophies in the
o- Vera ever stated.
at Cruz in an American and thr a and therr hoisted the Mexican flag and
ihcr} three, a father: and his two sons, sloop, and many conjectures relativeto returned into.the Port of Key \Vcst ? Did not I DAVID PORTER. four corners of the room. Wreath

0 were fxc-cutrd at the same time and the ( \m. 1'ortcr accompany her out and give her a New Orleans oflaurel hung in festoons from th
causa Father Arena but 1Jle.rica.n July 31st, 1827.
we coinnibsion at that time ? Did she
on thc stnu-: : glows, agreeably to the not cornice over all the decorations. A*
havu abstained then sail and
to Spanish vessel end
captures return
sentence of the law. They were I these express any opinionon with her into Key West? If these questions Pensacola, July 13th, 1827. half-past four, the band struck up th0

willing to be .executed, but entreated subjects before we had acquired can be answered the uegative, then Com. Porter -. Sir,-I do myself the honor to acknowledge national air of Hail Columbia-the,
a knowledge of the exact truthas caunot be juatiy acruaed violating the ueutrality the of
jnost earnestly to he receipt your communication I of the Commodore's'arriva
shot signal
believing regarded both. As to the first of the h:.rbor of1eyV .st in this invUnce. I *
that fwXr condition in a future state can the we We should! like to see an explanation of this cir- of this day, wherein you He had proceeded, vita his fatuity
would be ameliorated by that mode public that the squadron euutptance, for our imprcuionj have been favor- inform me that circumstances have accompanied with Colonel Morse,
z under tho ableto!
command of Commo. it would give iu pleasureto
punishment. At the time of come to the knowledge'of government one of the committee in carriage
execution dore Porter corret-.t any mistake with regard to his a
i the rope by whichone of them the always; has, and still had, If Com. Laborde has violated proceediujs. the ,through the Charge des.Affairs drawn by four white horses, from hiS

r necessary supply both of money neatf4Sty-of the U.States, we believe that equal i of tho King of that the
' was suspended broke, &, he f fell to the and justice will be dealt out to both parties. Spain, residence at Mrs. Hurries9 up Cbartref
provisions, not have
ground ; believing that his punishment what i only they neutrality of the United States hasteen street, through a crowd of citizens,

..1 was complete, he immediately 'abundance* necessary but they have it in To Poren/s.-We are happy to inform the violated at Thompson's Island anxious to behold the man -' whoa
commenced ; and yet that officer savesto Citizens of Pen acola that Mr. E. B. Corley,- by the naval forces of Mexico under
a strain of'the most vio- the (who e intention to eatabiiah an U..ad'JD1 mtlui name has so long resounded through
Jcnt abuse government by his economy my command, to the injury of the interests the land. salutations
against his companions in more than ? City we announced last week} has commenced After exchanging

iniquity who were suspended above dollars three hundred thousand his school ia the large builuingon the of the commerce of Spain, and with his friends, he was, intro
a year at the same time that Public Square, formerly owned by Felicite that h i
i. made
him. Tho whole number arrested he carries ctr.uan, situated a few doora East of the your duty to make duced to the dining room by Joseph
4 were seven, one .of whom turnedState's against the a most destructive war Bookstore. Terms &c. maybe ocertained on I I proper enquiries into, and investigate, Rofftgnac Esquire, Mayor of the City
enerpy ; he has already application as *boe, or at the'Post Office. aH the' matter for !.
complained of Co
L evidence, and the remaining taken President of the day, and by !

: J.W( are to be tried as soon as they the twenty-three'prizes.Spaniards : and compels The following, (roJD.the Baltimore Gazette which purpose, it was your intentionto Morse, and Co! Wh'ito Vicc-Prosi-

I ,. recover from their present state of iu- sand dollars to spend fifty thou reflects high credit n>on the inhabitants have sailed from this harbour tomorrow i dents. The Commodore sat on the

-:. disposition, a raenth., Oh the sub- of respectable City. for Key 'Vest.I ; right of the President, the other
w. ject of the,frigate Xepeyacaei we can The quiet orderly aud rational duly and had
appreciate reciprocate guests occupying places which !,
.-_. l'11 jcan. state that
; it was not in order-to attend ia which the fjfi&st
maaaer AD.-}.tjio leotiracuta and feelings' expressed been designated, near 'tho c d tt:1k
-f I-, 4

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Viea-Prcsttcfctf. The dinner I I par ft law that. etf ry tile debtor shall pay I

in a ugh degree aDd five per cent to the Plaintiff Attorney except ''. For tAe Pemacol Gazette.
I Mo. Im1'oftThe table
sumptuous 1
aJ those who are public debtors, or de] following exJubiU.rather an unconnected view of the tern LOST

*inpudwitha great deal of taste faulters : from them it it enough to have I permture.: course ofthe winds, general'Itate of the weather, diseues &c. of the N.this City on Wednesday Afternoon
covored with the Chipola country, during tbe greater part of the 1825 the I ,
table *ss literally principal, being a class highly favored years and 6-and months 8th. instant:I.
the of May and June of the '
and delicacy which can in pur country. By this mean the present year. ,
!luxury hungry -. A 1'.u-.a:1r: .DO&&JLX .0..
very The desert Attorney would hate double fees (from Omai.P'L
this season. = w. n".ccc-: II I of the Bank of Darien
:::2 III "= Georgia.
procured Plaintitrand (9V -0 crq "' II g. Any
\c I Defendant,) with the < "" 0- :: :s = per
was uncommonly fine, and. showed ton aforesaid. O Minerva, Pattoness excep.of ri -:r "C t :; c Of:: G 00 tCT 0 .c. < -. "n C i:: R I sin having found said note will receive a
and in ., iII. -' a Q.3- :rs .U liberal reward
both quality inventions : by delrrering it to John
)hownrach 1:1. two f( c* out of one case 0. .0-

our fruit market has improved Florida is the place for felons aud Law. :c-.. ; e.1 .rn, JetTison. Esq. Mayor of he City.

quantity The weather yers UJfnny! o. S-S S oo Micajah Herrington ,
few I ,
within a ycars. 't .: 8
00" CO 10 to 00 C--IHiib"t.
I of should c)
warm yon be raw and inexperienced :- I? Pensacula, 9th August, 1827233t.PUIYOSALS .
been disagreeably -
had =. --
a -- --
which I beginners, who do not like to 3co
was so much cooled by a genial show- I be fashM with the forms of Law, rather (S.Q._b. -0'1 "'t'." tit OtOO- -i O. 0 t;>> -11 t.l t'O)) .Qt. 0.&.. 0.0 to 0) _c.; Lowest. ,.

that it became as oleasant during than be puzzled." as Blackstone has it, .4 enao .1 W Xa -io" .... ""' -\
( )
e-, entertainment as a spring day. pass ft Law dbolishing all forms, and make I.aq':.: O.'Jto.:..._., e,-- e-a.to 4*. .-oao-KKiaeyjC 10 a t.l-..o...tJ c*- cn-,,Mean. .t9, B? p. Fazes ra,

the following from among the nue *' as unadorned as Quaker's bonnet," ? -_ :-- -_ _-_ _____________
[We Stettin that 3c'c., ;: I For publishing a Literary Journal called
given on the occasion.Z&er .- any one, even the party himself may '0- -__ to w. ", No. 7A

!3mclevs])t1Co toasts copy it. If the Defendant file a plea never .o. *v C.3C; ,) h--_-_ 0) .... da'I'' .I A THE
: 1. mind the delay of an hundred years in flit 'S '- I ; o. ..ff PII
will not believe that ==
l1llirar.e e ing the rules of practice, and drawing order OP 0- Co) c.-; a "-. 0) W CXH.o ; tC ;:; CIa 4sP SOUVENIR.EMBELLISHED

of the South will disregard out of the legal chaos _. .:, -_ -- ----.-----------_ I No._days }-I .... .
!he hfro produced by destroy -- _. >... 10 ... .'... .... .... .... I --: .
the cjnwple of the illustrious hero andpit.ot ing the forms of the Common Law. What 0": 0 Ci OD -\ C) A Q\ .... :.; '1) i 1:1:...:, .... ''No. days I!, **\je WITH

; (if the North. is the convenience of the Public tojhe Glorious -s-- .... ..-.. 4'I ... __..._. ___ ,_ \::: __"* _:. Splendid Quarto Engravings,

Com.POKTER. Profession so highly extolled' by c_.. = .'4'N.. ..- '""-I
distinguished guest .' .- : General Coursesf
Our Hooker I lslackstone, Vol. 1. page 5, discussing c- 0.. _, THIS work is intended as an art'e-

.-The hero of Valparaiso, the relative excellence of the Civil '<_. :-; z. > :r: > tctrH:: C > < >1 and instructive companion for

the fearless champion of American and Common Law says But we must not ;= :11 "_'Q ::': ::': 0. the parlour) and an appropriate attend
ntl 1o i Q a 0:2: ,.
j: carry our veneration so far as to sacrificecur .- .-,.. h <00 II'; II' = 00; '.W" Q C C ("II 1-5: ? \ ant at the Toilet-to be issued every

;! liberty. Alfred and Edward to the manes of '4: : t? 'D-O"r'<: o "" "" 3. 5T"5j c-1 Wednesday, commencing with the first f
the loud aud repeated bursts O'"I _. ;: : V -. t lsI
When Theodosius and Justinian, unless we can ;:I <; SZ.:::r :: ?'< .... Wednesday in July next.

,1f1)p1ause which greett d this toast, prefer the despotic Monarchy of Rome tnd W"'I p-f_, tn 5"CT *=.. w. :=:_:. ? ? !*:::; *. ;.-.;.: No exertion will be spared to render J
pub idfd Commodore Porter' Syzanlhium to the free Constitution of England 1: .O." rr C'II SL u;" ClIO K ::rII "THE SOUVENIR," in all respects
had:: : n a. 3cr :. 2:2-5:: = = CII worthy
/' ricero tells that the of "'I 3 I>> o Q :: ? :: n .:. .. the
uud spoke as follows : us boys ::: =- :: ; III 3 s-j =: patronage the public, both as a
ro!'e ; On this occasion Rome were obliged to learn the twelve tables S .-. "E.s>. ?s5 C.:::- -P-> 5..< *- SSLlSjio =. ...::.......i... cheap ar.d elegant emporium of uefut

(j1:: \1LEME .- by heart, as a "Carmen Necessarium'*, > -"'" lID .-IS... c.. ... -S 9 :-::2. __ = o 1M= .? en: rJ7c and interesting information and a.valuable ,
f>> :::r "C : -
feel it ::; .
do I S : sS"l'sf
rnnre than on my other, an indispensable! lesson, to implint on their o _0 -. Q':')11I.. == -v :: Q Sal ::r =r. c::: ;:) 2 the : tender'minds of the Laws of' ::. c :1 ;:.: >> = C
overflowingscl knowledge ?
difiuult to a .. t9. e 0 S sr Miscellaneous: Literature. Strict
express atten-
I' ,. QI' : ea < :s 5" j? =r 5 = ,.,
their country. But here, where other .; rn 0 C'II'" Q.:2 t: ) Q ;:; 'tT.: tion will be bei
honors pro. to\\ed
the the
gratitude con- f>> :, -' '-= fJI ":s :;' (!) = on moral ten-
() : ('t'I: .;:: (p
YI -
my H ., .... _.
fessions are dropt, and the Law taken up "::S 5IJ Q.I 'IIr :I; t') dency of"THE SOUVENIR and I
me-honors which tho :- SIt .- C'" \ -rrtd] upon Oil two months' reading, in imitation of Pa- It = _- .-1. Q. _. C'II :::r (jI :Ii) 0 En BJpG5253

Government of my (for a time) a- trick henry, how important that the forms 1O. -... 4 T ,:B.W,1:.: !_ I-",,-. :Sb :r .n-i -...- .':":r. 0 C:: .2-1':1..I. : _C'II. :_-= ,<= ::-:s .WI rP cause and watchfulness interests of preserved virtue. over the 4

which condescends should be simplified Especially when we -;:s :! I. :' == -==. --'.< S
cjpptpd country, C'l: == ;: I') A portion of the contents will be s
... :r-
to take an interest in whatever concerns refit on the example aforesaid, that ... aq C'II ( ::- n.:: r--4 :: ';, :?. follows s
Q.i .
Naiteral parts are better than all the laming ., 5 CL Q, -. ; I"Oo ;:
me, will gratefully appreciate. rf' ":s 1. TALES, original and selected ; ES. J
on yearth" '
rendered services to the 10: i ; 0 10 -ni SAYS, moral, humorous and scientific
If I have If Congress should give you more land .t '.< .: < I'OETRY, and selected from

}land; of my binh} I did no more than for public purposes. such as building a Cap (:) CD F: = best American original and the
: Foreign publications
of me and for them itol, and free the people from taxes ; do 1 ?
duty required ; t---------- BIOGRAPHICAL
rry the not pass a law to allow Bankrupts to buy \.. ....- ....", ..; ... ..... .. ... .. -.. ... : > SKETCHES of distiru -
:J i have been more than repaid by the lots for others without -I o c.-: ('!) '' --2 O-4 ,",' :_oJ -- -, guished persona, male and female, particularly .
up seC01'jty. permitting J o.-: (;; Q'"
< : ;;! =
bestowedon Q ... 2. ;; "< : =. :') ...., 2.. :) the latter
approbation v birh has been them at the end of one, two, or three to t > 0 3 0 = i-lID < :: 3 ::. :.:.J. < :-: .0.. : ANECDOTES Bon
g:2: .... :::=-0 =- ? ;; : T.I QD Molt / The matter
fellow citizens. Forit years to keep those which have increasedin I :: lID"" c -c. -:: _. 3 fe. c. origilMl ne
me by my .. .O, .--Q.---., .., :. ... _:s ::; ::.0 -0...:: : for this department of
is to that approbation that I am value and leave the others a burthen to Ill, :::2.c-, :) :-- = 't"" .-. :-.I -' ::. It en III: Q. 0-:. cessary our paper
:) :::- 0 :: 3 will be furnished by individuals who
in the Territory. Do not throw away half U :II:1)' 2 ....... ::') :.:.. :-;: -: IIJ" > are
welcome sa ...
for '.
doubt indebted a ( .. :: :) "., ) .
no the amount in useless in the (I> -" .-.. I"_. = = Co.-,.. advantageously known to the public
expences :: :r = -T-:
:: : :
.. ::: "rt .4: :
the country of my adoption ; and if in shape of compensation to criers, commissioners '- rt :CD-::; ... _::I, ;-T:.., >, ";,11 a :-::; 0_ 't."'0 :' 0"" _._::rQ through the medium of their Literary productions -

that! country, I can si-rve, in any way, &c., raid prohibit in future the pay '"" ? : ;III .. "'S e =.. ;; 1-:........ .-... 0: = .:.s. 't ") :s :r. besides the numerous corrcs
-2... r !'- t: .:. .. :; .::.:; ;;;r 0.. -:: : 005q -
jj = :1) 0 ... pondemi who be
I shall die con. ment"of Premiums for plans. awarded to Q I") =. .0 .0 :s 03 -: C may expected to con
the cause liberty, ... cr "- *"* ? : :r. "'0 "1 .. ... /I :: 0 -- 3 $ rD :::. ;" :=. ... -rr: : tribute.II
one (if the m-inagers. Do not, when the .. C 0 -' =-- .-.- : .
;J r)1 ;:
tented. Treasury is '. > >d" in the hands of () 2 8.0 )at :: .. .. =-' ;: C III :1'D A _. JiI1I"t
sf cuff an Q () .. : Q. ::! ::: < : Q. 3 MISCELLANY.-Iuteresting items
offer ;s -. 1=0: ;::I : ,-.. go '- .... == \ill'."
lcmen I beg leave to you Co. 0. .. '" '-0"" .......... :' < ... ..
Gen individual J nnd the Territory insolvent withan ; c. "" .. ... intelligence, foreign and domestic
I'u .. =,..... c....,-cI :: -:: s': "-"' .Q, -.. .-.. occurrences t
n .
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a toast. iimnoveable weight of debt, pass accounts -... ,..., :s :: :3: r 1") :::;. =. ::. = .:.:. .11 :-g '-" "-< ::r deaths, marriages, &c.
= ") ": nCW ;0; p. :: .. ;;;r'" 'I. ;:Ii ()
The Citizens of Ntic-Orhans. so unjust as those fur copying Laws, ;:s ;::-=r -.= -: Jt-')q .:.! :; ...... :.0 'c.. ::: -: ;:-a I 0(7q III. ENGRAVirs'GS.-The first number 1

munificent in and printing bills of Council, which, if not CIj (e._ __" .Q-. .-'.-' ._.. :...r_::-il'" .1'D 1") _11:=> .Jo-.. _. .-... -. ... ._..). .=:;.';. .'.. r--._.:, oI!! '_: oJ_ of every month will 1 be embellishedwith
Great in prosperity, of Uncle Sam c* = .:0. :: -' > .. = -'< .-. rn"'O :::: :::: .
got out will fall upon the .w '1':1 VI 't 11:1: VI -. :r... < -< =, .;I..) -: :: a splendid quarto COPPER-PLATE
their hospitalities and charities, eminent Territory, to be paid by successors.Do t:. ..=.... t'I :- 0 ... rJ''C:1.. 0 ci. 't' YI ::T ""'. ::l. = ENGRAVING fitted to the of
your c. ; .;. .... = ._.. =--d I :.13. r" ei E. ., :;; size the f

for their attachment to the laws not, from a love popularity, avoid a -s. '-J.11:. ._ _.., :_:4 c,;) -_0 ::: :CA-::; (-; ;c-:; -_ TI:-;. .- Ut:-S:1" _':!! .=.., Q- tn .In .. work, among which will be the folio wing* t
of the Union and moderate tax, sufficient to the jut 8 I.v II' = :-:' = : ,
pay : ::
find government "' -'. I:) ... '" -: :. 5 ri. .o.. Alhambra, Ancient of Man.Burning .
.... : ,
debts.of the Territory, and save us the mortification a..3 ::; rr. A ... .::r () .=- '" .. ;. r>
in this hour -' :: "t. ::r
.: '
pre-eminently! HEROIC \ j ... :.: :: SI) .. Palace of the Mountain,
of seeing a Territory, ::! .", :; rn ,.
young ..
f ,' ;:; .:2:. tf ": .; 0... _. _"'0 :::; .III.3. -- $ 0 '-"" Moorish Kings in one: of the seven I
o .:mel'r.: (whose Legislature!: Executive, Judges, : t'; :: = Q. =.. ::; Q -1:: I-
h1 =; Q :;
= ::r
By the Mayor.-Lafayette in the Marshals, Capitol, Court House?, Jails, ,I r.' 5" ::.C- :: '? Q :;I:s) ::r.j- : c.l Spain. wonders of Doit"i -
lo l:) l Q ::::1 -.c 3'c cn rP \ "' of the Perpliny..
K) =
in Greece and Court expences are paid, supplied and -. -, = -' o- 1
Vniied Slates, Byron : .: : :: ; "" < O-. c .,.
::::1 .. (
fl" C manent Grotto of Oselles
r" Bndg'over ,
supported at the of the United ; :: :
Foier in Mexico Ministering Spirits expence 114 _. -: Q :::; '.-< ; CD ;; .1
; ; 'S -1 :;j 1")0"111 the Schuyl- Temple of Pluto.
States submit to the .
nations ,) degradation of haying !. u--: : :tI c _- 3 ,.. < :;
sent by Freedom to teach her public accounts sold at a discount a .:s 0 ;II' C -:; =- t'; = kill. Pont Du Card near

her worship. of fifty per; cent. Common report, right or s.C:4! -'-":: ....,, .=:- =.:.s. :Jq-o-'? .. 1S ;:-:::I. < JEtna. from the Niames, Lungue- ,

/'y Lieut. Law, of the Mexican: wrong says that some, who ought not cither i. O ft > S OC" -. ? .:.;. -: .-.. --. "... ..0.. Gurdens of the doc. !:
of South A- directly or indirectly, are buying 3 *4*. =- =- :! 0 C )F Prince of BiscaSanssurt'aascentof ."
The Republic's ::
Xcvy- =: : .
: a = ria.View
them .
Mont Blanc.
their efforts up. ;;: :=: ::: 5"' 0" I: fI, (Jt; Q pI4
rceiicaand Greece-may See that there is such a revision of the I C4. _: 7 :: Q ..., !;. ::. ::: ;_?: of St. Pc- Cascade near Oy- : '
r : 1-4 n 3 ; .
!in the sacred cause of national Laws, as to allow fees to the District Attorney ; :;. .... .:.." U .; :r- _;:;. (;, ..." tersburgh. sans, DauphiuyDcacrt ,
... :s. s.
infirpendence ever be cheered by the in Territorial cases, only on conviction. -3i ,u I., sa-;.g1 -p.1 f'1I Ii, aq::J 0':1. i) Arch Street Ferry, of tbc Gr&n4 !

f vmpathies of the free and the brave. This will discourage groundless l prosecutions :o t 011 Q .:,.:.. _I.1 p w -J? _. =-=. (pN : Plul delphia. Chartreuse, t

and ensure fidelity and exertion to .-... JP._ Paraclete, founded East Prospect of
By Col, White.-Political, milita-I. convict real offenders-of whom} alas f&1 c g; Oil ".... .M.. cn ::r ?'- by Abelard. Giant's Cause 1J

tar)' and commercial integrity, the there are many, and some get into the Legislature. .- .4 C Giant's Causeway way.

true basis national houour, glory &. If any of you want your relation ..:. .::1... I & Bridge of Bri. Castle of Segovia, A

appointed Sheriff-, dlt nut innke auimprdpt'r IJ don. Spain. i

_j-rosperity._s -:--=-- -_--__---_ __ ___-_=__ ___.A__ division; of the Counties to acconru .p J State Prison, Au- Lake ol" Killarney! ;.

-C OMM'CWZCA'rIOmS. rush it,-and forblunders, which you yourselves .- t5 ..,. burn, New York. from :I1IDUre r

rrr --..... -- .. commit, do not blame Congress, the o W 0
er fl Tynwald Hill Isle Park.
iore Pcnsacvla Gaactle. Delegate, or fttJ ghas.! When evils exist [ '
0 Each su&scriher will thus be furnishedyearly
of the next ignorance and obstinacy you refuse, do not 0 with seventeen superior Copper.
To the Members
lay them on others, when tnc people com m..1 cIn plate Engravings! the price of which it" Jf

Legislative Council.Gc.vTLEMtN plain. When you get to Tallahassee, recollect -' ;. purchased singly would more than dow

: -In an epistle 1 had the that the people sent you there to do S ble the annual cost of the entire work.

r.111'1/' to dedicate, to you a few days ago, their business, not to intrigue about dec During the years mentioned above there was a population in the county of 3506 IV THE TOILET.- addition to the .

ij IVter Pimliir dedicated bis uorks to I tiona, denounce individuals, censure U. S. to 4000.Many of whom ha4 recently emigrated from parts of the country less obnoxious usual Literary matter contained in simi- I

.. Prince Posterity/1 J promised another Officers, form CBUCUSSCR, or write memorials I to a pon'erfulsun-lolboUi ing under disadvantage of full and plethoric Ian publications, the Proprietor has completed ....
which both destitute of truth habits-and exposed to the vicissitudes of the weather by a transition from comfortable which he will
are by
taste, as Lord Coke say*. I shall and deficient an arrangement
without stopping to enquire whe- in Grammer. When you have occasion dwellings to the open log huts of a frontier country. be enabled to furnish correct descrip
prcct-ed I In attack of the bilious endemic the disease for the most readily yeilded "
to with every part fashions both for. .
tLcr mine Mil find tlie yanie favor in your correspond your Delegate, instead tions ofthe prevailing ,
he d'irtcted*' tl to medical treatment, where early application made, and in no instance where with elegaut
be illustrcted
*"et as the works of Peter did *ith the pa. I saying say re- eign and domestic,
this plau was pursued the disease followed! visceral obstructions, or in a
was ny pro
*ua to whom they were consigned. quested" or "respectfully requested", lest engravings, besides! the regular series -
tracted form did it run into the winter-attended with cachexia and its uncomfortable
Llnckstonc tells us that the object of the [ Congressnot knowingyourpolitical rancor, once in each quarter ; places of

Lw i iii, the protection: of rip.'its! and the I should do you injustice by supposing that train ow'n Tertian or quartian agues, many oftnt fatal casts were permitted to take fashionable resort ; sketches oflife, man'S
their course whilst others ni-ylfr'.ed until medical assistance unavailing.
and the of you do not understand the courtesies fjf were : earliest period
pioSibition! of wrongs ; object I ners !.c. Stc. at the possible
In tlacing the cause which garc rise to the bilious cudemic in 1825, it is apparent ,. _
punishment, rather the prevention of crime gentlemen.! and from the most authentic sources.V .
by a reference to the table th-tt as early t t s April the eaith was saturated with water
than vindictive infliction of pain. If If either of violates the laws Notices of
the you by committing Editor's department ;
and the ponds and water courses overflowing. is needless to in;'ist on the effect .
tiicic should be, who aie to be, some act ot misdemeanor New Pu[}.
among you felony or produced by the succeeding heats of summer, in a populous country thus situated and passing events ; The n :tT1a. ;

tny "rau and inexperienced! youths", and breaks his recognizance, do not pats a in a southern latitude-the inevitable consequence is disease-the succeeding years locations ; Criticisms ; iltviews: &c. tC.TRL .
such have had uninformed law to his securities from
as we or any discharge the
have been and consequently, comparatively healthy.
compaiatively dry
beginners (whom \\e are too apt to supposeknow penalty incurred or the forfeiture accrued, : .
1 have been induced to send-you this communication, fur the purpose of submittinga
mon than thty have had an opportu- upon the delivery of the offender ; particularly "
candid exposure of facts ; as lam aware that many false statements are in circulation uTilE SOUVENIR. wiUoe published
fc-v to learn)" young or old, fur unfortu- after havingrepealed the only law under -- ,
in the State Georgia, and elsewhere in relation to this countiy-especially as WEDNESDAY", on exta medium
Imre Pitt told} Sir komefctdx which the ofiencc could be
uacly we some, as punished.
its health and if think its publication would with id:
regards and temperature- you beacceptable fine white paper printed new :
"ho "aie ignorant in spite of experitnci" Some may think it a violation of the Constitution ....
to readers will oblige me by giving it a place in and decorated in addition
: I Ing; you to believe that the object (impairing; the contract between the your you your paper. elegant type, .
Respectfully Yours, alluded above with
of ray letters to you is the prevention sureties and the Government) which Constitution to the engravings to .
C. F. STEW ART. Eacb Number
of the blundei rf 3'our prt edeceskors, or as you are sworn to suppoi Others many E.hehli1Irnents. : '.1

my favorite uuthor says (I love to quote will think it a bad precedent to make our Webbville. ,.Jackson.- .CountvJu1y24,1S27..__ -_-_ -__n __ ._)_'"-- will comprise eight pages, cut, stitched ':
from jjood authority) to eschew evil." Legislators a piivilcged! class, higher than -ENTERED.- --- and expressly adapted fur: binding. At j ,

1 Uil l; >ou to pass no law to legalize whatIs the President, who is himself liable to punishment \borrsitciX, I the expiration of every year, or the close -

.,and ought tu be, illegal; and particularly for criminal offences.. August Gib.-Schr. Elizabeth, soon as the mechanics employed for of a volume, subscribers will be furnished "

11 benefitted b, it. Junelot Mobile. to Mr. Per- AJ wharf at the Nary Yard gratis with a general index of the coin
UtJther of you are tr> be Ifyou want to carry an election, and have Cargo building a f ..

\S Len j ou pasaa Law changing the time of a Printer who has no subscribers, give him ret. shall an ire, which is expected daily, 1 will tents, and a handsomely engraved title ,

an election, for the benefit of one of thecandidates 1100 to print bills never authorized nefore; 8th.-Schr. Elizabeth Forsyth bire 40 able bodied young men, of steady* page. ,
', do nut say you changed it, from 1 which printing could be done for $200- industrious habits to work with them fesassistants. Price of subsacription 2 50 per annum .

\tl ie ht MonJay of April to the Ut Monday that leaves a bonus of$900, which will pay New Orleans. Cargo to S. Bill, H. They are required to be familiar payable in advance. Postmasters

o. May, because a Court meets on that day ; for 180 papers for a year :-give him also Kelly, F. Pasquier, S. Hambleton, with the use of the axe and the augur, and and ethers out oftbe City, procuring five

*heu two Courts of the same grade meet the priming of the Laws, at a higher price J. Quin. J. Forsyth and Navy Yard. otherwise well qualified for Carpenters' subscribers and becoming responsible for !

on the day to which it uas postponed-un- than others offer to do it for-no matter if Passengers Jamt-s Quin and Ii. Kelly lahoreis. If on trial. they are found to be the payment trill be entitled to a sixth ct: i

luvjou think that the convenience of the above description, they will meet .
really the country suffers as Dio Cassius says and py gratis, ;t 5I
of the people of Leon is more to be consulted Rome did under<< the Tyrant Caligula. This family. with constant employment and receive The Copper-Plate embellishments will I

ihau that of thoke of St. John and EsCiuibia will enable you to have the papers circula- Schr. Thorn, Jones, New Orleans. liberal compensation, proportioned lo their be superintended by the Publisher, and

together.( If either of you should ted to non-subscribers graiu. The Territory Cargo to J. Jnrrison jr. J. C. and C. qualifications; to be decided by the master the typographical part of the[ work will -

J>wu a Ferry, do not sit to vote for the a- being a Bankrupt and disgraced is nothing C. Keyser, J Campbell, S. Patterson workman by whom their labors are directed. be under the exclusive direction of ;

oiount of ferriage you are to receive. If compared with an election, on which M and They will be allowed an agreed price Messrs Atkinson and Alexander, who :

any of you should have a rival who is a I bang so many loaves and fishes If this Crupper, Kopman Hyer, per day, they finding themselves food, clothing have been &o long known to the public} as :

United States' Officer, do not pass a Law I will not do, pass a renotating act, turn all Finlay and Rushton, F. Swart, W. medical attendance, &c. and subject to able and enterprising artisans, that it is

to trclmle from a scat in the Council alltlCt'pt out-neck and elsand let it be understood H. Jones, and W. H. Hunt. a deduction for all lost time, from wkaterer entirely unnecessary to say that so far as i
pos Masters (they being the very that none but the anointed get the empty CLEARED.August cause it may proceed. they are concerned there can be no

Ofle who ought to stay at home) because boxes." 8th.-Schr. Elizabeth e- Sam'l.! tt. Overton, doubt to tbe elegance ofits execution "

onae of you may be Post Masters; least I This is the end of the second Lesson. lot New Orleans Cargo 11800 Navy Agent. and with regard to his own share of tb*

jOur motives l>e suspected. If any of youIaIti I Lycurgus.SmD .. Pensacola, 7th August, 1927-23. arrangementsthe Pu.blUb.er binds himself I Iin
a man out of office,pass a Law bricks by the Master. : ". he should fall to per form any essential ,
shall reside at Tallahassee ; and when SAILED.a-a refund
.. NOTICE. of his undertaking,
you have got clear of kin and got a good part
friend in, if you have no money to pay him : RmWS August 7thU. S. Ship -;Hornet, it appears by the books the price subscription. .

a salary, raise his grade, and mal up in -- .-- Alexander Claxton Esquire CruD WHEREAS of the **Joint AgenU will shortly be appointed m

fourd for the deficwuces and defalcations Port Peusacola.. mander, on a cruize. Stock fund for the purpose ot establishing different parts of the United States, until
be received!
10 tbt i Tieasury. hit is necessary, in de- and erecting a wharf in the City of Pensa- which time subscriptions will t:

""ceofthe: Lawabove alluded to, to have cola"-*nd that all the stock bu ken taken by FWLIP PRICE Jr. No. 66 Lombard .

a C1Qnel DtMuftctured, to wsist in elec- ARRIVED. ASSIZB OF .PAD. -therefore I dtrett Philadelphia; to whom all order

tiOnrtriflg in an adjoining County, make August 4th.-Schr. Rebecca,Johnson Notice is Hereby Given will be addressed post paid.-And al*> i

lim' as "e La"yen ny, to give a Tenue Blakely. Cargo bricks for the Notice is Hereby Given, by JUDAH DOBSON, 108 Chesnut street.; ;

$1 Paris, to wit London"so the THAT as Good Fresh Flour is now sell- .at the Office of the SATURDAY EVLIJUNG I Il
at by Navy Yard. that there will be a meeting of the Stock
lime )lepI for six dollars and fifty cents a !l POST No. 112 Chesnut sued t"(j' {
mettuorpbosta at to the of ,
holders on Friday 10th day August,
5th. U. S. Hornet Alexr.
Wit Ship barrtl, the Bakers will for the ensuing
at below the Post Office. I
:U.haun-pre.to, chanre-the at tbe Court House at 10 o'clock A. )I. doors '\
Claxton Esq, Commander from a fifteen days. give-thirty seven and an half not to pay: faD" :,
eli il.uiJu at TaUahaslee, to wit, 25 mileg for the ,purpose of electing a Treasurer Subscribers: requssted 9 t
cruize. ounces otued: tor twelve and an half monies unlest &ccomp :md byh I
and five Directors of said fumd.' any
'T")Je who aakpdw Dad that breW, cents : agreeably to an Ordinance of the receipt of tUe Puolisher, or the Agents. I : 5
9th,-Schr.j Angelina Vandyke .
Ed L. Drake
be ;
wbo, for Board of Aldermen passed' 30th ,
coarenience takes if July
Uat ? : FhiIadelptiaJune 28th, 1& :. ,. .5
tbtte.iietay of 1.00 who below to Mobile Point. 1824. By order of tie'..Mayor.PcnacqU Sccfctary pro. tern. S

0a7 Iou, W", wfcn 'feei are scw Schr Troga.u. .Mobik ;"August lt,..1837-&.-3wr. 'en- lit A sun 21 2". W.ll Idl laAl.4e..JI' Q .;., S#

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c. IU5'1' Boo E; OfpHREE or Four Gcnflemen, *lio miy "POS\-Ot\ \10UtS the! Treasurer wa Secretary* .of i '
1 ; t
Florida, 1st July, 1827. <* wish to retire from the bustle of the |" h cithzens of Pensacola re.respe.ct. For establishing and meting a Stoeuadihhl neetve ..t1..h c

WILL recede proposals 'tili the 31st Town during the Summer months can :j I 'j' fully e requested to'take- 1Vharfiit4c City if Pt1u ola, tintS, lor ihc.irservices. ,.i* 1 ,t .

r I October ensuing, to furnish the Iroppsahe be accommodated with comfortable boafd i! thTpost office will uniformly be 4fojedtn and creating a Joint titotkfundfor' by tli&flkctorg; of t'utu.M i ,.Stock"oW
( United States' Army, that are, or at the Ferry-hoUse, o'n Deer Point ; and i o'clock P. M.-* ny, who-shall: be 'fiirniil bid wijh', oi-
may bestationed ml Cantonment Brooke, bsve the milege of the f rrr-boat, when s StoSriiiM 1 be delayed .later than that purpose paper,'and Itat1on.r1attheespena ol ; (
with with the Sec. 1st. 'Be it enacted, That there shall Joint Stock fund.
over passengers.For of arrival; inwhich case 9
effice. the usual hour be a WUarf establish,. aud erected, to extend Sec. 12th. Be
terms thiS further
I'BJSII IBm!. apply It will be kept open at least one en acted, Tau
the Office in the Bay ot i'eusaCoIa from tbe shall be
1827-2-tr. moiit-y: drawn
Pensacola 15th March out of the
from the 1st day of January 1628, to include hour Tbe Mail although not due until centre of Palafox street, on the Bench, to Stock, composing the what h. .Jd J QO&t.
arrives soon |
the 31st day December 1828, 4 o'clock P. M., usually the depth of ten feet water and shall be be by order, or check, signed th Uie41 It
The beef will be required :. be delivered NO YICE, f, enough to be opened by 3 o'clock, so tn*t built, as hereinafter provided.Sec. ident of the Hoard of Director by and, Press!

to the Troopatwo days in earh week, hereby.giren to the owners of privtte the Ofice is usually open two hour. 2nd. Be it further enacted, That ed and approved by the said Bond wjow,

(tIC days to be designated) in'such quantities SS! land claims, in West Florida, i j The Post Master therefore requests, rfwt the sum of Nine thousand dollars, to be all orders suit dnifls upon the Joint Stock auji

as shall bi- required for their rations 'hat deputy suneyors hare been instructed those who wish to enquire for letters ont I raised in the manner hereafter stipulated fund, shall be drawn by the President

on each day.-And 1 deem it necessary to 'Ililt will at tldat the timeand place thatday, will send or call before! 5 o'clock, bMail! be made aud declared a Joint u'ctc-d to Treasurer; provided utlielens ind

appnre tbost-vho may-choose to trtferto' below slate
$ contract for ,the Mipp'ly, that the beef will such ofsatd'caimcas) may lie in each re-j I Office at that time., building Wharf; The third of the aiuouut 01 the Joint Stock fund, unless it he for i Ihe .
be required to be of tbe best the market I specttve district. hereafter defined, under I I' The Post Office is open on other days, of said stock, to be taken aud owned by flu.POI C of building the wharf pnyinr f or

can aftod, and particular' attention must the provisions of'An act to provide for ; from breakfast time until dark ; except the Corporation of the City of Pei. } icolM, materialsand the necessary expen:t of
be paid to the butchering. thereof, as a rigid the confirmation settlement private ;I i from 1 to 3 clockand during the time and tbe remaining two thirds, bv ..Wtviduai I keeping and repairing the same, tOgett'

: inspection ot it'will always be rnsle. land claims in East Florida and for other I ipuroes. i opening ebbing the Mail. subscription ; and wheu tukt. and paid with the expenses keeping the aOCUtinCii

Persons offering to contract will make ." passed 8th l-'cb. 18271 viz.,' \Y Hasell Hunt, P M. in, it shall appropriated to the erection I Uooks&papers ottheJoinlStockC.& '\\.: I

, their proposals in writing, sealed. and delivered James W. Extim, Alabama, will attendat I of a iVir&rf, which shall be the Joint property Sec. 13th. Be itjunher enacted Tha.tall

tu me at this% paCe, stating the I Pen *co1a irdm the I5ih to the 30th NoTICE: I of the share holders aud their IcgulKepteseutative the surplus funds, belonging. to the corp .

Tate per ;r(und in a single bid, for w hich June. District South of the Basis Paral. i *. ration, after payiog all its expenses, RD|
they u ill furnish, and thrv shall be inform le! and West between Cttoctawhatchie I L TTERS AdmhiisUation with the : bcc. 3rd. Be further enacted, That the fur all necessary improvements, shall be
,. cd ot t'r.e reception of their proposals, either and Pcrclide Ui'f I Will annexed, on the Estate of JOSEPH said Joint Stock, snail consist of one huu- made, and declared, a special fu.id j in tile
I bj Je'.ter from, or on personal application ofTen will attend j i NORIKOA, late of the County of Es- ilred and eighty harcsof fifty doJIatsencti, hands of the City Treasurer, to be used
Benjamin Clements :
at Cantonment Brooke, on cambia deceased, having been granted to to be paid at the rate of ten per cent. (ur aud applied by the Mayor, for the purp C
to, me 5th the 10th .Au je
Pensacohi from the t3
mer-tioned. at Mrs. Emilia iVoriega, by the Hon. the I ten dollars upon each hundred) at the tune paying the instalments, as they becnino !
the. day above JOHN PAGE Lieut.and gust. District North of the Hiis: Parallel, County Court of said County { all persons I of subscribing, and the remainder: thereoi due, upon Sixty Sliurtt in the Joint Stock I

Aut., ('om'yo S.bst.Noproposxls !I and between Choctawhalcbie andts- having demands against said estate are such time as the Directors of the emd Joint composing tho wharf tUno, aud also Iii t

"ill be received after the cambia R\' requested to present the same immediatelyand Stock, shall require; Provided' it shall nut money, or sums, that may be raise.. oy uie 1
., I Jno. R. Donelson ofTen. will attendat those iadebted are desired to make be lawful to require more than ten dollarson corporation; upon the sale pftiicir lots, I
& October Pt27 or .
t () I
Pensacola from'the 5tii to the 10th of payroeut each share, in aoy sixty days, and the from other sources nut herein numerated

c-JLI xue "President ol .trieXJTailed August. DiBtrictNovth nfthe, B-isis] Parel ,J n. do la Hua, Mayor is hereby authorized to subscribe for shall constitute a tptciul lund, and ti- apl

',> lei and West of the Escambia River Attorney in fact for *tzty tliares\n\ behalf of the Corporatieu of plied and u.cd as above provided.

States. The following sections of the act above Emilia Noriega, tue City of Peusacola, and pay for the Sec. Hth. & further enacted, That

*ETN pursuance of law, I, Jon QtTNCTJJ alluded to are published for the information Administratrix.Pcnsacofc same, out of any inoncyJn the Ti cusury not Superintendence, &.manaenneutuf bUild

AiKitts, President ot the Uaite States ofthose concerned, 25th Jtjy 1827.-21-8t. otherwise appropriated.Sec. ing the what. shall be under the direction
ot /.n.crica. do hereby declare and make Sec. 7. And be further tnaelat, That 4th. lie it further enaettd. That and con.01 of three persons, to be caIlt.'d

kn-juu: that a pubiic sale "will be held lit the keepers of Public Archives of East 311SSJ.1 BEO.BIVIJD'A John dela Rua, Tho Wright, M. Crupper a Board Maaagers, and to be elected bv

the Land Office iti Tallahastte, in the Tern- and West Florida, shall furnish to the FOX SiLl aid Wm. Sebree are hereby appointed tbe Board of Aldermen, and.shnU receive a

toiy of Florida, on the oecood Monday inDfCfm'ner : Surveyor of Public lands in Fjorida.with- At the Pensacola Bookstore Commissioners to open ooks, on the First reasonable compensation, in proportion to
ivext, Icr the disposal of the mit delay, a description of each claim to day of August next, at such pJace as they the services rendered, to be judged of and
lands herein designated to wit : land, which shall have been confirmed, a complete and.general assortment of may think proper -for the subscription of allowed Jby he Board of Directors of ha

Townships i. ODd 2 o1tangeNo.6 which shall specially designate the.quantity said stock ; and it shall be the duty of said Joint Stock company : and any vacancy

Tonnshps No. 1, 2, 4. 5, ,locality, and conne"ion of such qUILLSsomet Commissioners to procure a book, and en- that may happen in the Board,is to be Hied

nn < 6. aud fractional claim,and where the confirmaation; may ter therein as follows: "We whose names are by the Board of Directors above named; .

t.i', .i's; No.7'-8, of Range No.7. have been nude on a grant or survey, a them thereunto subscribed do promise to pay to provided, that only one member of thitoard ,
Towi' f1lk'i ?YO. 1,4,6, 6, of the courses and d'slances contained of of very superior quality. the Joint Stock Company, for the erection of Managers shall be ou duty at a.
7, and fractional town- I copy in such and the d3"Wanted a quantity of Geese', Eagles -. of a Wharf the City of Puusacoia, tticsunI time, unless it be in cases where the deliberations

Rijj;., No. 8 and 9, of Range No. 8. date of the grant or survey and it shall and SwanVings.. i of fifty dollars, for each und -every of the whole Board be necemiy.
TOWU !'IM, No 1. und (ra.e- survey grant ; Pensacola. 1st March, 1826. hare of stock in tne said Joint Stock fund, ,I Sec. 15rh. Bo it further enacted That
of the of tbe
be the Surveyor public-
tionttl townships No. 9, duty set opposite to our respective names, ID the wharf shall be commenced by the first
under such instructions
10( and 11, of Range No. 9. 'lands in Florida to cause receive, from the lAinhlteauBOTANIC such manner, and proportions, and at such ttay September 18-7,and completed and

Township No. land 2, and as he may time, as shall be determined, by the DUHIVtors finished as soon thereafter as the work
the said cla-ms to
fractional Kinships Treasury Department of the Joiut Stock fund : witness our can be done.

i, No. 11, and 12, orRa\1i No. ]{.' be surveyed, and connected with the GARDEN hands, this day of in Sec. 16th. Be it further enacted' That

All situate South of the base line, and Township lilies. of the pubttc surveys, and Nurseries, Long Island, near New tbe year of our Lord, one thousand eight the wharf, shall, be erected au open one,
East-of the meridian. and to give to them their proper township York-WILLIAM PRINCE, Proprietor. hundred-ami tweuty-SKveo and to rest upon piles, and a few piers

The Townships are to be offered in the and sect-onal number, agreeably -The' w Catalogues' for 1827, of this Sec. 6th Be further tnacted, That no should they be m-ce ary, to extend into
eider above clcsipnated i beginning with-the to uch descriptions, and he shall establishment, are just published and one individual in his own right snail subscribe the Bay, to the d .VLh of ten feet water, at

lower number 01 Section in each. make separate plots and certificates oflurvey may be e btaIflet'ia. from Messrs. T., for mure than ttn shares of saiu ebb ude. affd shall be at least thirty feet

LamJs reserved by law, for the use of of the sniiie, one which shall be and J. Swords, 99 IVarr-stveet, and stock, and if any slock holder, whether o- wide, with strong railing o.J each side, with

Schools, or for oiher purposes, are to be returned to4he office of the Kfgister of at a distance, who desire it perSons rigiual, or assignee, after fifteeu .days' uou an angle or Tat the outer end, thirty by
excluded frum Me.Qivri "h* Land Office for the District in which may by ':e, of the i i uuJer my hand, at the City of Wash. the land may lie, and tbe other shall be droppings will line to the proprietor to that !"tke payment of any ptoportion, or iustal the water at high tide, and strong and
effect it
ington, this lueutv-eigh'tn} day ol" May, livered to tic claimant. But it sfuill have instantly sent to them latnt/ot'saiu Capital Stuck order to carry substantially:! braced ; tile piles shall be-

I A. P 1S7.Ji be the duty of the surveyor to withhold free from ot charge. It may also be obtained t 011 the Wharf; shah ueglect to.puy such coppered to low water mark; the beams,

' I !i Quincy Adaus.B certificate, if he shall have reason to ot the the'Union.var jti04tgcnts Tfiis estublkhme'nt in every section .I proportion for the space of thirty tUy, after girders, steamers, b.'aces und plank shall
which the lime for the be of the beat and most a.ut
believe tlut the lands 'claimed other appoiutcvi payment approved 'lurable -
i ''ir' .iNlt: are
was commenced about the milldie of the thereof sucii Stock holder shall forfeit wood-tlie affords and in the
GEl;. GRUHMr !and* than thoe intended to be con every country ,
last century and has kept constantly increasing I 111 the sid Stuck. nnd the in-ialtucnts obtain
power ofthe-i'ioardofMatiagers to j
; fi-med if it shall that
(.vT.I.t/l'!'' J7i rf .is General Land Ofle.i or appear the sur-
->- 'H'. .-, v, under which the lnd is claimed! has evrr !11\Ce. is by far tfce most extensive I which he, or they, oi.y.have paid upon the and thewha\-'flD.flIl be built in a neaL strong,
"--. .- -- in tl:- Union ; and. irrivddition to same to tho aid Joint Stuck Company, aaUui.iy and mechanical manner, and agreeably toa
<*c made subsequent to the date of theunvey
T .\, t.n 1."t. U J. tinder which! the claim was connc the immense acquisitions cf former bo sold by them, to any person, 01 plan to be drwa by the U< .ird of Mani
years, the new Catalogue contains abwe -persons, fur such price, ad can be had gers, not i inconsistent with this section.
: ( bN the twe"'y- e..t..",tI1N l. 500 new vmct'ta of Fits. rever oflered da>nor! : Provided no Stock boWer, whether Sec. 17th. tie ilfufthtr enacted Th.tta!!
t-j\-.f I P d'avofJunc82V I I}; M-C. 15. And be itft.rtieie7cterf, That before the public, and not ,in possession I original or assignee hall be cutitled to contracts inaJe by the Board of M.magm,
::1'- holder.- claims: thrte
? over thousand
; romntttd to the JailFAKSON. .. of any othcr-eatabiishmentin Anierion. ;, vgte. ,, at any uj'enugof the said Joiut for materiithj for tne wnarf, anU wita poisons
: JflP:1: ,hi. ( t07. a. Negro mn I p hundred acres, which have been filed 1'he'CUPotiOH now fi'ei-ctl to the :tock. Coinp-tny. uiJet, the whola sum due, who may contract to erect dUd cuM
t "; raP, h1"lf wjt'u the c mm1 io"ers, or with the He- I: to:\ i in shall have the snail and vali.i inlair
I public IH as follows : 17- varieties (}f Ap- oy olin on k'ttifei, *>eca fully same, oe good
h I ; .-slerand Receiver of the Land Office pks ; 202 of Pear ; Vfc of Cherries; ; IJfofr'i.ims : pail! Ilud (iiicliargttd.Sec. and binding upon dIe Stock-ii. ldeft, as.

J 5 :' West Florida, acting as Commissioners ; ; 25 ot Aprc-l< ; 84 of 1'eurbes 1' t>th. Jic itfurthfr cnaclttj, That on well an upon those, with whom the co.ii.acti:

:.:1,' >. *ht !h* bflongs to J' hu P.VIP -, ers adjudicating: on rhtms\ or of ; 20 of Nectarine* Ii'-J: of Al-nn'i'J ; the li.st Myi.lay el' A'u-.ist in encii andy are IDa!!:,aud lJ '!ucd, and re-covered ac-

;i'ii;;,_; :f 'Vinehosier, Mi""issippi. S 'c1 cliims which hfcvebeen filed! with the 14 of M'llhemes ; 6 .<' Jn-.nr.e : lo or.I c'itr yt-f.r, Iile I!hare ln,Jd rs of the Joint cordingly. .

.. ;u'c is "'-,..: 24 yrur* old. 5 feet 7 or cj.ci C"f"'r.mHsin'jcrs adjudicating claims to Figs ; 16ofCurrantf ; 15 tit'Ritjoinei; toc;' :tJcuipnn) tnntie! \\
.s .,i Jh"I'.}.. stout built, ;s ol'raJier !;.vul in East Florida, or which under the 47 Gooseberries ; Ouf Straw" } 'its ; .e in me ('1V! of 1tr&cd l.T, fi cIt!- Board Directors, shall appoi.it wuarf-

: \ {!!(\" con'ilection; and lias a scar on revisions ofthis' ct, may be filed with 19 of Walnuts, Chesrmls! and Filh-l't.!!! ; I .jIn to be cafi.-d Diecs uf Iha Joint ingeraud assistant, should one br necessary -.
4 hIs 3ight= 'l4'm.1, the Register and Receiver of the L,ncl 10 of Medlars, rer .imnI", and Pao.uvb: ; JloJd: uf the Whiirf fund-they shdl elect and either, orbotti, to bo removed
}'ottr S. Chapman. Jffice for East Florida, and which claims 1.5 of narberrifg and W-iorile berries;: ; I u.u of their own body a-j evident! aud at pleasure, tfho shall receive such pay -

I Hue nv.t been-reported against by said 25f of GvapeM, comprisingthe wine; si.all have power and authority to make, .. and be subject to such rule! and regu--i-
City Constable. Commissioners* or by The Register and und table of Truiiee tuirs and rtguUlions! in relation to the tious, as may be adopted by the said Direc-

,, + -l'-! '_.)'.a". _28th. June.. 1827., -_17-xf Receiver, shall cause the tsame to be so and the Grapes Crimea and Itely,( Germany irf"H Uover!.1e,1t of the Wharf and the interestof tors, as well as all others who may be employed
are priced
eonnectcll with the Township lines of the the Stock holders, not inconsistent with by the Directors to attend to tbe-
i llr LJr. has rt.-C'pi.e(1 37
: I. cents to each
.; 'i, ) oublic Survey*} anil shall furnish to the gl -they are also o!{er-v the laws aud ordinances of 'Corpora-. wharf, and to the interest of the company.
' C. <; ptr Unt HeSe, (.apt: F lger. ed in assortments! of one dozen each, $8
tion ofthc Cify of Pensacola. The Dircctar, arc hereby authorized, to.
Surveyor of the Lands in Florida
fn-tr. ,.'/' Y'lik. and has for' sale public for the first
on $6 fortbe second
?. such information: as will enable him $4$ Sec. 7th. tie further enacted, That the : fix and establish the rate of wharfage ('-
C .' '' tbe follow'* to for
viz the
()< 1 C"lt. articles third
: : assortment and wilt he
exhibit the they number of votes which each Stock bolder i all kind of merchandise and produce nod
said .
?6 na\ff\ 11of tie first accurately, claims on hi
quality, selected to wrilsny climate from Main: hah be entitled to, shall be according to the terms conditions, which shall rejju
township plats, andthe'lIIdl: thus claim-
I .5\J HlI1 f'j Shall be'resen'ed 'Irom ale
: : Provided -
, (h ?rt'r, ; Trees, Shrtflw,and Plants consists of tne,City of Pomucola, shall be entitled to the wharf, or lying along side, or mooriug-
I .5:" nf'"f'S f 4teJ: TCf-OT half for the information required to enable 1053 species, and of Roses 500 most I ten votes, to be,given by such person, and to or near the same; all repairs and improvements -

b"'inl t\tH'' one I h.Ltffor 1 nhavmcr. :''teSurveyoTto .exhibit tSm on his township splendid varieties, including 70 of -Chinese I an such manner, as the iio.-uJ of.\h1crmenwIlY upon the Wharf shall he don

I ._ !). _"'Ar3.' June "'8'h. "807"17-tf. platsshall: have 'been furnisHed to monthly Roses. The Green House' direct-each individual btock-holder, under the direction, and bytbe order, or
ntm within one ye.tr sifter the lines of the for share und than : the Board of Dir .
THE withtn'wRich department consists of more tuau 20.000 'ae not more two shares, ectou.I
Township, such claims may Plants, ant! contains all the most beauti- one vote ; for every two shares above two I Sec. 19th. Be it further tHoettd, That-
T an, !'ELPt.U,. ALD1J'1VI, ,I'_*: shall have been run ; or, where the ful and interesting species'known. and not exceeding live, one vote ; for every the rules ami regulations, for the gO'ernwent -

-' -1 nd Ladies Literary Gazelle Township lines have already been run, New .()rk, UM rch 20.AIVXEflXC.&N two 6 bares above five aud not exceeding of the Wharf shall be made public by

_,.gf. .. Or vV.c'n; unviarlsof 500l' copies arewrckly withir. one year from the passage of this ten, one vote-all the stock-hoidcis may the Board ofDirectori, and every violation

virfIi Embellished wit net. !AB.wJI:1\. vote by proxy, provided the proxy be a of them, shall be punished by fine, or
; e-ruPg.: Thi""vnik, ':nargcd! to a Communications relating to these Surreys We wish' that every friend of this resident of the City Pensacola. otherwise as they may direct. .

; ItYtZ Quano, wJllbtcosUucted: hereafter made to the deputies respectivelyat journal,hoild understand, and that they See. 8th. Be it further t 1cted, That Sec. 30th. Best further enacted, Thatall

,. AS foiloxvs: Pensicola post paid, will receive proper would"Iwe' the kindness tn -make It.,there thttiJ be a Ireasmcr, elected by the the HU>ney arising from Wharfage or
1. TUK: LrI'?URT ."RiograDhi.cai ;. i attention, and to enable the Surveyors knowsH.that to any inc who 'will' Board Directuis of the.Joint Stock fund, from any other sourcewhich may accrue as.
Skel cites:-M,tnuers Conversation, to complete the duties u early at fiitr subscribers and remit on their procure I who shall IH the Treasurer ofthe said stuck, the profits,Of the Wharf, shall "be paid lovthe
ysluon, tfll l such is to whom the of-oach share iu Treasurer of the Joint Stock
other subject ab should practicable, *: expected that the claimant account g20, we will send a fifth ctpof amount saiu Company
claim attention in a Gazette specially de- will ptece them in possession of the the Americ Farmer without stock shall be paid, -instalments as it at such times and in such manner us h-v
Ypted to the Ladies; tinker the editorial evidence of title without delay.Robert one who will charge-r, alls due, who shall give bond and approved may direct -provided that a I longer period:
diction of .frt. Harriet Muzzy, recently of Butler will be allowed to procure/tte retain'g5 subscribers his security in the um ofniuc thousand dollars than 'three months shall not elapse, with-
j "Kew-Yorkstrd: authoress ofmar.y literary on re payable) to the Alayur, and by him to out a regular return ufits receipts, and expenditures.
productions of l.igh merit. Surveyor Gen. T. Florida. mittilfg .the.remllinmK $20. We beg also )- be approved, conditioned for the faithful .

1._. THE l.tTEIURr1lollLn.Ori int1 Tallahassee. 6th June 1827 -16-'4t to repeat, that all Uich i? necessary I discharge of his duty, which bond shall not Sec. 21 st. Be it further enacted, Thitt
1 Reviews Criticjl to be .loi>eby any one, wishing te subscribe be void on.the first recovery, but shall be Commissioners, who arc appointed for
Literary, and scientific NEW ESTABLISHMENT.The I
notices of all is to enclose a five dollar note bv I good against him, and hIS securities, for opening the book of subsetiption, to tho-
new productions home
abroad ; under the editorial diction at of the or mail, at the risk of andadlrcedto the I every defalcation-and any Vacancy that Joiut Stock fund shall pat nil monicr

Eilitorofthelate American Mor.thlv Editor of the American FarMer,Baltimore i occurs in the office of Treasurer, from cither which they may receive, upon each and.

: zne, and'author of 'I The \Wilderness Mag -and whether the money be received or death, removal, resignation, disquali- every share of laid stock, to the Treasurer
O'llalloran," kc. &c. iiglc Tavern not, the T>aper will be forwarded immediately fication, or fromany other cause, it shall offhe Joint Stock fund, and when all tho
3. The Nets and the actual receipt of each be filled by the Board -Directors of the share are taken in aid stock, they shalt
oftke IFe -.-Foreign ar- number of the volume will be guarantiedby Joint Stock fund, who shall direct how the return the Book to* the Secretary of th

lsandLlearjnces, t Bank Note Table' ANDTRAVELLER'S the E itor.. bond shall be given, to whom payable, the Company. |
prices 'Jurrrnt:
Drama, Fine Arts', S REST. The American Tarraer is published amount of.the penalty, and &Uo shall approve Sec. 22nd. Be further enirlcd, Tliaton!
'The Culture f
x Plants
> and Flowers Poet weekly byj. S. Skinner, Postmaster of the securities.Sec. the first Monday of July, and the first

ry, Anecdotes, &c. Thus combining all THE Subscriber informs the pub- Baltimore, printed on fine paper the size 9th. Be further enacted, That the Monday of January in each: antf every

the properties and ad vantages of a X.ITBB- I hc that he has opened a house ordinary newspapers, folded so as to Secretary of tbe Board of Aldermen shall year, the Directors of the Joint Stock fund,

LET OA2ETTK with thosexjfan entertaining '" of Public Entertainment :in the make 8 pages : about one half or four be tlJe Secretary of the Joint Stock Compa shall cause a dividend to hp D1of the pro-

TAMILT NF.WSrAPEK. I house formerly occupied by Maj. Hall pages, devoted to practical Apiculture composing the wharf fund, and shall fit* oftbf Wharf, afler deducting all! expcu-
4. ENORA VINOS.--Li* of Vititt Sec ._:!' i for thit purpose, fronting the public the remainder Internal Improvements.; keep the books, records, and papers of that ses.and hall pay nt their discretion j toeach? .

.V. ashingWs Sepulchre Mount-vernon.. satiaTe ,-bieh"be-hu fitted up in a convenient Rural and Domestic Kconomy selections concern, and shall do all the business as and every share holder. or to his 1gen ,h'$
-C. Ihe House in which Franklin was manner for the reception -ef tra. forhouj ekeepers and female readers Clerk of the same, 'for which he shall be 'proper portion according to the number

O,>'i'Th H.ighlanoM-from West Point4. tellers and others -tlis table will always and Natural History and Rural 4>aid a reasonable sum, hereafter pro of shares he may held ; of nil of which a

t ity.tiall, New 'York.-S. Harper's be supplied with the best which the A minute index and title Sports.to the vided. record shall be kept by the St ccrtary.

Ferry, Vir, n.a-6. The Capitol at Wash market can afford, and his bar with the whole volume published and page forwarded Sec. 10th. Be it further enacted, That Sec 23rd. Be it furl tier enacted. Tharno

ington -7. The falls ofNi"8.. Bun. best of liquors. No exertion will 'be with the last number of, the name, date, end place residence, of personalia!! be cligibletoihr office of
kerlhll Monument...-.9 Castle Garden 'anting on the of the etch volumeA each share holder with the amount and Director, who is not a share holdcr-in file
.proprietor number will be
New YJrk.-10. Hesidence of Joseph lo render general' satisfaction to 'those, single sent to any one number of shares, with the sum paid upon said Joint Stock Company ; and provided

Bo.inpxne, near'.phHade-lphia.-l!. |>. who may far or hi in with their wrhaifyrjr desire to see a specimen of the each, shall be.recorded in a Book, to. be that on the lOtb of Augiwt. (H*llio S.'urk, III
1 isr.t Vie w of Philadelphia.. His stables company. pKblication kept for that purpose, and a certificate the said concern be then taken, if not a<
Gallery are"well-calculated'or
of I",'rtnits ;. containing i Likenesses of u. hores-and tiurater To all Editors. who will give .the aboveone given to each Stock-holder, stating how ma- soon 84 it is,) there shall"be a meeting of
a and
I disiingulfhed iudinduals) Tiz Ostler will good attentive or two insertions we'shall feel much DY shapes he is entitled toand the amount the share holders at tl.e! Gntrt Homr, lay
I Sir Walter at all times
; be
"Scnlt' lukcsPare' Hannah Moore Families at hand. Indebted,and will gladly>ecipTo cats their paid. and the sum to be paid, which shall -notice of the Secretary who bhall elect Rvff
Mrs. or Gentlemen
who wish kindness.P. of said Joint n-
may be e-
'Uadellfff',1f. signed by the Treasurer and Secretary persons as Director
) J! man,and others Opic,, Robert Emmet,, Mrs. can becoommodateo' with private a.partmentL S. lie American Firmer is circulated under the private seal of the former, until cern, who shall re.nain in o(5c( until the

4 This popular work devoted GEO. FISHER.. through every State and Territory and is one for the company be provided; and no first Monday of the next August,'-they
to the Ladieand especially Tallahassee, Dec. -l-tf. written fur by many of the roost distio transfer of said stock, shall be made or' shall alsoat the same time and place-elcct

of through.them, to the ,guished practical.farmers in the UniOn.WANTED. considered va\id\ ,unless it recorded, and a Treasurer. '
cause virtue, knowledge. and amusement For l\a\e Low done in presence of the .Secretary,and by Sec. 24th. Be it further erased, TbWthis ,
contains a rich fund of misctlUnous hall 'eominenceanti be.i<
the authority of the original share-holo>r, ordinance ,.
.us literature, anti is beautifully printed I T HE House and Lot situated or. his legally authorized agent, and a new force from ntU after its :passage; and the
in,an elegant quarto 1'orm expressly for it an tbe Public Square, the Azw QUARTS or, TBK 'S&EUManolia OF 'certificate of Stock given to tbe holder, in orwn'ance for
," binding ; Eight pages are published erery property of the late Col. Wra, The : Grm i: the manner as above provided; nor shall 'Wharf tho City of Pcusacoja, 'alprnT4. :
:; week, making yearly volume of up. KU1PO!terms-apply to eny' transfer be allowed, or' considered ft*'11th day of July tfc27, ti aend f thiu .,

.. ',," wards of 400 pages, at Two JDallar* l-tP.1 ". H. NiAet. I1oL1': .valid, miles* tbe.origin.certificate, on hereby, repealedaucd -. '" : .

) jel'_Qlm. pJJ'&JOJJJ. PeuacoJa6tJa Afd11827. i Thzi .I r winch tie-transfer,.was male.l1c'. filed with ,. .. \. :3 18.21A \ ". '
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